MEADVILLE, Pa. , July 22,
2021 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- "Just Shiela": a potent example of familial
detachment. "Just Shiela" is the
creation of published author Shiela
Reichardt, a current resident of Connecticut and loving mother to three grown
Reichardt shares, "This is the story of a young girl growing up
in the 1960s and 1970s in small-town suburban Connecticut. Come along with her as you
experience the trials and tribulations of her sometimes-quiet,
sometimes-noisy, adventurous and interesting life.
"She was born as the second daughter to a family of four
children. Maybe you can relate to the way that she amused herself
with the other neighborhood children. And maybe you can relate to
the way that her parents would tell her, 'Shiela, you can stay
outside after dinner and play, as long as the streetlights do not
come on. However, when the street lights come on, you must come
"Kickball, hide and seek, and jump rope were some of the common
pastimes kids enjoyed in the neighborhood that she grew up in.
Long, warm summer nights were spent systematically pursuing these
activities with the other neighborhood children who happened to be
around (mostly the regulars).
"Shiela was lucky to have been born and raised in such an
idyllic setting. A cul-de-sac surrounded by light woods was a safe,
protected place to be. However, when you scratched beneath the
surface of her life, you will see it wasn't what it appeared to
"The relationship that her mother had with her was certainly
less than ideal. It was as if her mother had said about her when
she was born, 'I will never love this child, I will never help this
Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Shiela Reichardt's new book is an emotional tale
of growth and faith.
The author explores a series of memories and details the
long-standing absence felt from being raised in an emotionally
limited household, as well as the simple joys of childhood.
In this narrative Reichardt touches on several points that are
extremely relevant to today's society. With first-hand experience,
the author hopes to help others through this heartfelt exploration
of both positive and toxic relationships.
View a synopsis of "Just Shiela"
Consumers can purchase "Just
Shiela" at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or
online at Amazon.com, Apple iTunes store, or Barnes and Noble.
For additional information or inquiries about "Just Shiela," contact the Christian Faith
Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.
Christian Faith Publishing Media Department, Christian Faith
Publishing, 8665540919, email@example.com
SOURCE Christian Faith Publishing