Author Veronica Loving and Co-Author Jazzmine Jackson are helping individuals heal and overcome sexual assault through their new memoir “Feeding A Monster.”
The 2017 sex scandals raised familiar and disturbing issues in entertainment, news, and business. This is not at all surprising to author Veronica Loving and her daughter Jazzmine Jackson who co-authored the memoir “Feeding A Monster” after learning that the man, husband, father and professional athlete they loved was a sexual assault predator living in their home.
A memoir unlike any other book that addresses sexual assault, it follows the dramatic real-life story of Loving and Jackson who were victims of a predator who happened to be the husband and father of the mother and daughter duo. It describes the tragedy that destroyed Loving’s 21-year marriage to her husband who was a minor-league baseball player and Jackson’s father-daughter relationship due to the abuse inflicted by the man who was to protect, love, and keep them safe.
The women in this book speak candidly about their personal experience with sexual assault and other issues such as date rape and domestic violence.
Loving’s mission through this book is to help individuals notice the signs, protect themselves, and speak out. The memoir advocates peace and healing for individuals haunted with painful memories that fade over time.
The book has gained popularity with talk radio shows across the country, as Veronica discusses the topic of “Sexual Assault: Do The Memories Fade Over Time?” “Feeding A Monster,” ISBN-13:9780997986303 is currently sold at Vroman’s Bookstore in Pasadena California, Amazon.com and VeronicaLoving.com.
About Veronica Loving
Veronica Loving has been a Registered Nurse for almost 30 years. She specializes in Obstetrical Nursing and has been a mentor and teacher to many in her field. She is a motivational speaker and advocate for Sexual Assault and Abuse victims. Her work in this field has led her to partner with an organization called “Fatherless daughter” as a certified advocate for the organization. She currently resides in Los Angeles.
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