Novel Shows Convict's Struggle to Survive and Keep Her Family
These stories show Ingrids struggles with work, her fellow inmates and her affairs with certain men. She deals with being robbed and fights her way back on the streets of Georgia and Detroit with strange men. She has dreams of her past and the entertainers she met through a movie production. After she gets out of jail, she uses her good looks and dance moves to make money. Aside from her experiences, the stories also describe the inmates she met at Gwinnett County and their lives.
With Bunkie, Sanders shows readers how Ingrid picks herself up after losing everything, deals with depression and realizes that only she can help herself. In Sanders own words, Ingrid relates to a womans way of life and is told why theyre in jail. She focuses on a way to become successful. Her dreams makes her have good and bad vibes.
To purchase and know more about the book, readers can visit https://www.amazon.com/BUNKIE-Tracey-Sanders/dp/1514408953.
By Tracey Sanders
Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 116 pages | ISBN 9781514408957
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 116 pages | ISBN 9781514408964
E-Book | 116 pages | ISBN 9781514408971
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Tracey Sanders is a full time caregiver for her own company, Formation Plus Caregiving. She works as a waitress and dancer at gentlemen's clubs in Michigan. She enjoys writing poetry, short stories, lyrics and books. She studies at DeVry University and has an associate degree in arts. She received a business award for her father's restaurant, Sanders Bar-B-Que and Soul Food, in Detroit, which she managed. Her goal is to write for artists in the entertainment industry and become an entrepreneur in home health for adults. In her spare time she volunteers at the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs.