Against such things by Rachel K. Baldwin – Book Spotlight

Overview

If you are born into ineffable darkness, could you even comprehend the light? Take one-part volatile home life, two-parts haphazard nomadic experience, zero-parts social connection, and shake well. Our protagonist’s only constant is unpredictability: that, and the charismatic, fundamentalist hammerings from the pulpit. But when a sheltered child goes nuclear? Just pray you are FAR from the exclusion zone. Can a toxic cocktail of compounded trauma, spiritual warfare, and an unfettered nosedive into addiction be overcome? Join Rachel on her passage through the underworld as she searches for the means to reassemble her splintered psyche while wrestling “Against Such Things.”

About the Author

Rachel Baldwin is both a chronic wanderer and a homebody at heart. 

She is passionate about criminal justice reform, helping the still-suffering addict, and collecting children.

She is a first-time author, long-time writer. After years of traversing compounded trauma, addiction, and its resulting consequences, she is proudly free of all mood-changing and mind-altering substances.

“Against Such Things” is her first book, and its completion is a lifelong dream fulfilled.

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I am an avid reader and paper crafter. I am a mom of 2 children, 5 dogs and 1 cat. I am a huge St. Louis Cardinals Fan
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2 Responses to Against such things by Rachel K. Baldwin – Book Spotlight

  1. Thank you so much for highlighting my story!!

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