K.C. Smith Announces Release of 'Sacred Kingdom'
In "Sacred Kingdom" (published by Xlibris AU), Smith shares his experience living in the 1990s, which he considers as the most arduous and traumatic period of his life, his earliest memories, experiences and relationships with his adopted family and his teenage years up until his 20s.
"This memoir of mine is a release of knowledge, a burden I had accumulated over my life so far," Smith says. "Writing for me was a purging act as my mind was full of information I had to release as it was destroying me from within; this knowledge was also restricting my development as a normal human being. My writings also acted as a kind of therapy for me as I had no one to share my deepest thoughts and feelings with; this will become quite evident as you read this book."
Smith hopes the book will inspire people to be positive, commit and really believe in themselves-particularly his fellow sufferers of mental disorders because he is one of them. "Believe that there is hope in what seems to be an absolutely hopeless situation," he concludes.
By K.C. Smith
Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 426 pages | ISBN 9781503509870
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 426 pages | ISBN 9781503509887
E-Book | 426 pages | ISBN 9781503509894
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
K.C. Smith was adopted 14 days after his birth. He was inevitably caught between two worlds and subsequently was torn apart. He is on a path to follow a balancing act of endeavor and emotion, a gilt-edged tight rope towards the Holy Grail, carrying on day by day with only his faith to guide him in the knowledge that one day everything will be OK for him.
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