New York, NY – Published June 2021 (research started 2010), Betty Hunter, Attorney, has released her latest publication, “SUCCESS: An American Memoir,” a powerful history of faith, a passion for returning home to family with triumphant success!
Set during the Civil War and Reconstruction era, the book chronicles the true story of a young wife and mother named Bessie Turner. Bessie’s husband and two sons joins President Lincoln’s Union Army as Freedom Fighters. Unfortunately, they lose their lives amid Pre-and Post-Civil War battles, atrocities and hardships. Bessie’s two daughters, Della and Lizzie, are sold away from her at auction. Bessie’s faith in God, and love of family gives her the fortitude to escape and reunite with her children. Learning about the Proclamation as issued by President Lincoln, Bessie and her daughters walked 500 miles through haunted freezing swamplands. Out of the wilderness and still intact, they forged onward and eventually establishes a godly heartwarming home.
Through Bessie’s journey, Hunter explores themes of freedom, love, spirituality, and family. Weaving in historical events and personal struggles. The book also includes a musical theme score, six videos, and a discussion of Bessie’s Native American indigenous roots and medical near fatal crisis.
“SUCCESS: An American Memoir” is a poignant reminder of the strength of the human spirit and the enduring power of faith. As Hunter states in the press release, “I am seeking to negotiate monetary compensation for my historic family publication. Also, justice, fairness, credit, and acknowledgment for wrongfully exploiting family similarities and likenesses contained in our family’s history book, SUCCESS.”
With the holiday period still very much alive, Betty’s book, “SUCCESS: An American Memoir,” could make a good companion for both avid and casual readers.
The book is now available for purchase on Amazon.com and at Barnes & Noble stores. Hunter invites all interested parties, including Hollywood Film Production Executives, Oscar Academy Awards Board Members, and lawmakers on Capitol Hill, to learn more about her book and her efforts to seek credit and justice.