Reading author reveals ordeal with domestic abuse, family struggles in new memoir
READING, Pa. — Author Sara Rivera announces the nationwide release of her encouraging new autobiography, “The Round About Life.” The memoir’s hardback edition will be released in October.
“The Round About Life” focuses on what it took to open up the author’s pain inside and to make it come to the light. It was written to bring to light the struggle of being poor and the fight to become better — to fit in despite the beatings and emotional abuse of a man. Readers will also empathize on Rivera’s tragic, seemingly unfair experiences in life: being bullied, having a schizophrenic mother and having to deal with the death of her grandmother who had a huge impact on her.
Published by Tate Publishing and Enterprises, the books are available through bookstores nationwide, from the publisher at www.tatepublishing.com/bookstore, or by visiting barnesandnoble.com or amazon.com.
Rivera is a woman with faith and a real-life story to share. She currently holds a management job, which is one of the main steps forward that she has made in her life. Rivera, who is a survivor of domestic abuse and fibromyalgia, is a single mother who works hard to take care of her children on her own. Her goal is to empower and inspire women and to raise awareness of homeless mothers and fibromyalgia. The author is currently based in Reading, Pennsylvania.