My Journey Through Darkness

Author: Jeannine Renee Arnold


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This book is a collection of traumas, trials, and triumphs in her life. She shares the good, the bad, ugly, and sad in hopes to encourage others to trudge on and hold on for a brighter and better day. She depicts her life events to show them in an artistic and poetic form. In doing so, has found her own strength and peace with the help of her loving family, friends, and by the grace of God.

Jeannine Renee Arnold was born in Temple, Texas, on December 18, 1972, to Mr. James Arnold and Mrs. Frances Herzog-Arnold. She began writing sporadically at age 12. As her talents improved with age, she began to realize she could heal through her pain and traumas, and celebrate her triumphs and joys by writing them down in a journal of poetry.

The poetry seemed to lessen her pain and commemorate her joy. It also seems to encourage others that read it to persevere through whatever life holds for them. Therefore, she began sharing her art of words with the world, making connections and strengthening bonds with family and friends. Read how traumatic, hopeless, and defeated she was. And how she pulled through each strife when she sought out God’s Word.

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Full of raw truths, emotions are felt every ONE

by Jenny

My Journey Through Darkness

Written straight from the heart! Jeannie has opened up her life of abuse (physical and emotional), addiction, and HOPE, in the desire that it will help others find their way. She learns how to love herself by learning how to accept God’s love and strength.

by Janis Woychesin

You can feel her every emotion

She has a writing style all her own She simplifies the words making it easy to follow Poetry can be vague at times, but with hers, it's easy to follow You can actually feel the emotions, see the stories as if reading a whole book in a single poem

by Shawn

Seemed befitting

I loved how she writes in a simplified manner. Easy to read and understand Can actually feel her emotions Can actually see the stories unfold in her work Didn’t care for the arrangement of poems but all in all a 5 out of 5 for the material and content

by Jeannine Renee

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Black & White

Pages: 166 | Trim Size: 6x9

Genre: Biography

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