Authors You Should Know: Gladys Smith
According to PsychologyToday.Com, Bibliotherapy, the therapeutic use of select reading material, has been used to alleviate many different mental health challenges. May is Mental Health Awareness Month and we wanted to introduce our readers to the beloved author, Gladys Smith.
Her book False Promise is a book that brings awareness to all types of generations that have encountered different types of abuses that people are afraid to speak about. The book also lets people know that if you don’t deal with the past hurt, it will spill over into your adult life. Until you seek help, you will never understand your self-worth and will not be able to love yourself. You will allow people to treat you any kind of way and will settle for less just to feel loved and what you think is love just for the moment. Gladys prays that this book helps others to be true to themselves and forgive their past. The book can be obtained from Amazon.
What have been some of the most memorable moments in your career so far?
Gladys: The first time my book was published.
What are some must-have items and what environment do you need to be in when writing a book?
Gladys: I must have a hot cup of tea in a nice clean and quiet environment.
How would you describe your life as a writer? What has being an author meant to you?
Gladys: I would say my life as an author is awesome because I get to share my story and help others. Being an author means a lot to me because it also lets me know I’m doing something great.
What has been some of the feedback so far from your published book “False Promise”?
Gladys: Everyone is requesting a part 2 to my book. I’ve been told it helped a few move forward from traumatic relationships.
We are intrigued by the title of your book “Peel off the Label of a Narcissist Gas Lighter”. Did you write this book from experience or research? What can you share with us?
Gladys: Some was written from experience, and I also did research to give some good examples of a narcissist gas lighter.
What is a super fun fact about yourself that many people are not aware of?
Gladys: I love going bowling and I really love helping children. I have an organization called “C&C Glamour girls” where I help less fortunate teenage girls with personal needs to help them feel better about themselves.
What do you want your legacy to look like in the writing world?
Gladys: I want my legacy to reach millions of people and hope to sell out all my books.
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