NEW YORK, February 25, 2021 (Newswire.com) - D.T. Shanti, a first-time writer, has published her memoir "Under the Radar - When Truth Hides in Plain Sight": a gripping and potent account designed to show readers that it is never too late to choose to embrace the truth of your life in order to shift and end the generational legacy of abuse and trauma.
D.T. writes, "Growing up on the family tree of an American dynasty did not protect D.T. Shanti from the darker legacies of sexual abuse, addiction, and domestic violence. This story is one of survival in the face of peril, redemption despite self-hatred, and the impact that abusive legacy has on establishing the trajectory of a child's life.
"Whether she was walking the streets of her small hometown in North Carolina or being presented to American and international society in the Grand Ballroom of The Plaza Hotel in New York City, her truth was hiding from everyone, including herself. Not only does she trudge through the darkness of alcoholism and abusive marriage; she takes the reader on a journey of healing, making the choice to stand up for herself when it mattered the most.
"Within these pages, you will find inspiration in the poetry of Ms. Shanti's life. You will wince and cheer, laugh and cry, and walk away with the hope that even a life lived in the shadows of your own mind can be brought into the light."
Published by Fulton Books, Shanti's book is filled with inspiring poems that clarify the author's feelings, providing a deeper understanding through the imagery as she shares the details of her life with the reader.
Through this book, the author hopes to demonstrate that trauma can cause someone to be oblivious to their own reality, to fly under the radar, even to themselves, and that it is never too late to face the truth and choose love of self over safety in the familiar.
Readers who wish to experience this enthralling work can purchase "Under the Radar: When Truth Hides in Plain Sight" at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes & Noble.
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Source: Fulton Books