P.S. I Forgive You
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#Booklaunch – Introducing P.S. I Forgive You – New Book

 

BREAKING NEWS book promotion

Well after much mayhem on all fronts and some unforeseen delays, I am thrilled to announce the publication of my newest book, P.S. I Forgive You. My book is now available in ebook form on Amazon, and the print copies should be following shortly.

 

Writing this book became a true labor of love, and a closure for my angst with resolution of putting things in perspective and coming to terms with my inner conflict and finding forgiveness for both myself and my narcissistic mother. It is a sequel to Conflicted Hearts, but a true standalone book in seeking the path to forgiveness, learning to digest the past and put it in its place where it now belongs . . .in the past.

 

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Blurb:

 

I hurt for her. She wasn’t much of a mother, but she was still my mother.

Confronted with resurfacing feelings of guilt, D.G. Kaye is tormented by her decision to remain estranged from her dying emotionally abusive mother after resolving to banish her years ago, an event she has shared in her book Conflicted Hearts. In P.S. I Forgive You, Kaye takes us on a compelling heartfelt journey as she seeks to understand the roots of her mother’s narcissism, let go of past hurts, and find forgiveness for both her mother and herself.

After struggling for decades to break free, Kaye has severed the unhealthy ties that bound her to her dominating mother—but now Kaye battles new confliction, as the guilt she harbors over her decision only increases as the end of her mother’s life draws near. Kaye once again struggles with her conscience and her feelings of being obligated to return to a painful past she thought she left behind.

 

Excerpt:

The End is Near

My mother had been dying for years, and through those years she refused to surrender her bitterness and remained in denial of her flaws. The many times I heard she was dying reminded me of the boy who cried wolf. I almost believed she was invincible, and even though I never wanted her to suffer, she did.

I thought it was just a horrible and sad way to die—holding hatred for those she had chased out of her life, living in bitter seclusion, knowing her days were numbered. Her once vibrant life had diminished into a mere existence of watching TV and complaining. She’d also given all her caregivers a difficult time, bitching at them all and letting them know how useless they were to her because of what her life had become. Nobody was exempt.

My book is available NOW on Amazon HERE 

 

 

 

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D.G. Kaye is a nonfiction/memoir writer, who writes from her own life experiences and self-medicates with a daily dose of humor.

39 Comments

  • Mira Prabhu

    Congratulations, Debby! I shared and hope the book is a great success. Here’s my little intro note…

    So many bound in the net of tradition still refuse to believe a parent can be so off the love radar that they can cause permanent damage to their children and others…which is why I applaud Debby Gies for her pioneering work in this area…

    So, if you or someone you know has had a direct experience of a narcissistic parent, please do yourself a big favor and read Debby’s new book – as well as the prequel…and also recommend it to those who have embarked on their own journey of healing. Congratulations, Debby!!!

  • Sue Dreamwalker

    Congratulations Debby, I can only say I am sure a huge weight has now lifted for this is all part of the healing from within.. No one can understand how huge that burden is that is carried around silently inside..
    So know what digging deep and unearthing all of this story must have taken out of you..

    Love to you my friend Sue xxx

    • dgkaye

      Thanks so much Sue. Your words are truth. Writing this book was one of the most difficult tasks I’ve taken on as a writer thus far. I have to say that as grueling and painful as it was, with plenty of moments having to step away for awhile, it became quite cathartic to search and release. I hope other’s may find some inspiration from it.
      Big hugs and love back to you my friend. <3 xo

      • Sue Dreamwalker

        I am sure Debby that others will find this a huge inspiration to work through their own issues..

        Still not receiving your notifications updates.. So called back to view your reply xxx Love to you and thank you for your own lovely visit.. <3

        • dgkaye

          Thank you Sue. And in case you haven’t seen my post (reblog from Hugh Roberts) The notification problem is tied in with not being able to comment and going to spam. You need to go inside your dashboard and click on Askimet, they are the controller of comments, and fill out the enquiry form they provide so they can fix your WP settings. It seems lately many have this problem, I did. Wp and Windows 10 are wreaking havoc on all of us 🙁 xo

  • D. Wallace Peach

    Congratulations, Debby. What a journey you’ve been on and how wonderful it is to share your experiences of forgiveness as the final step to moving on. The excerpt is wrenching. I hope your newest creation does well!

    • dgkaye

      Thank you very much Terri for you well wishes. It seems my story resonates with many. It’s uncanny that so much dysfunction in families flew under the radar for decades before people became brave enough to share their stories. 🙂

    • dgkaye

      Omg, I love the video! You are a prince. Thanks so much Hugh for your wishes. It’s been a tough week yes, I intend to breathe on the weekend. I’m still going at the paperback file. Take a page from my book, lol – NEVER START PUBLISHING ON A FULL MOON IN A MERCURY RETROGRADE! xoxo <3

        • dgkaye

          Lol. I used to be well versed in the moons and planets before I started writing books. I may have forgotten many things but I can tell you, the full moons never let me forget some things, lol. And the video was great encouragement. Thanks for thinking of me my friend. <3

  • Annika Perry

    Debby, congratulations on your newest book! I wish you best of luck with this – I feel for you having to suffer through all this and hope writing the book has been cathartic for you.

  • elainemansfield

    Congratulations, Debby. You’re so good at manifesting your ideals and your dreams–under fire and daunting challenges. I wish you best of luck with P.S. I Forgive You. I gave the cover an A sometime back. Oh, our mamas. I wonder what stories my sons will tell about me. So far nothing disastrous.

    • dgkaye

      Thanks Elaine for your ongoing support and encouragement. And I should think your sons are very proud of you and will have only great stories and memories of you. <3

  • Sue Dreamwalker

    Hi Debby just dropping back to read your comment reply.. I was in touch with Akismet and they said to get the people whose comments I was not receiving to get them to fill in the form .. They said it was probably due to once being spammed by Akismet by mistake.. I told them you had been put in my own spam box mistakenly.. Otherwise there is nothing they can do.. ;-( Bummer.. Why is it you and I seem to have these probs?
    Anyway WordPress is not going to beat us..
    We keep on keeping on..

    Just to let you know I’m on holiday from Thursday.. So will be quiet.. xxx Love to you Sue xxx

    • dgkaye

      Sue when you fill out the form, they want YOU to list a website or two that you can’t get into, or receive spam from. You should contact them again if the first time didn’t work (I did twice) and fill in my website http://www.dgkayewriter.com and perhaps another one you have trouble with. This will give them something concrete to work on. Tell them you’re having trouble getting into my site and another one on the form. They search from there.
      And I hope you enjoy your holiday. I’m looking forward to a few days off the following weekend. <3 xo

  • Sacha Black

    Massive amounts of congratulations. I am determined to read conflicted hearts because I definitely want to read this one. <3 <3 bravo on getting it out and sorry I am a bit late to the party x

    • dgkaye

      Aw, thanks Sach. No apologies required. We all have so much on our plates. It seems quite a few of us are in revisions and ready to launch new books. Busy times, especially when computers give us agro and delays. 🙂 xo

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