Torn 3: Surviving the Human Snake Pit
“He Left Me to Die, but I Didn’t.”
About the Book
Torn 3: Surviving the Human Snake Pit is a continuation of the passion and pain that exists in the life of Melissa “MeMe” Thomas (Williams). Torn 2 ended with a nail-biter after Melissa received a message on her phone that will change everything, and in this book, you’ll finally see what was actually on that text message that tests Melissa’s faith in God all the more. Now that she’s divorced and living the single life again, she finds nothing wrong with igniting old flames, but is there enough heat between her and an ex-lover to keep the flame burning, or will she get too close and end up getting burned? It’s no secret that in times of trouble, we tend to run to the church for spiritual restoration. But is it enough to keep a troubled Melissa on the straight and narrow path, or will she meet someone whose troubled past sends them both to a point of no return? New to the Miami scene and fresh out of Louisiana, Bradford James arrives into town, but what is he running from? Torn 3: Surviving the Human Snake Pit is based on true events that will leave you speechless, in tears, and cheering for Melissa’s survival from the human snakes that are lurking at every corner of her life. Will there be a rainbow at the end of this storm? Or better yet, who will be at the end of the storm? After reading this book, you will be so inspired that you’ll begin to jump off the “cliffs” in your own life without worrying if the parachute opens or not.
About the Author
Ella Yolanda Johnson, native of the literary capital of Alabama, is no stranger to what goes on in a small town and her desire to encourage others despite their troubled times is what inspired her to bring this story to life in the Torn Series. After Ella graduated from Monroe County High School (Monroeville, AL), she went on to further her education at the University of Mobile (Mobile, AL), but she didn’t stop there. She continued to follow her dreams of becoming a broadcaster by graduating from the Connecticut School of Broadcasting (Orlando, FL). As a mother of 6 adult children and 4 grandchildren, Ella still finds time to help those less fortunate. Since 2015, her non-profit company, Women at Work International, has fed over 500 families in her hometown of Monroeville, Al. Ella’s not done yet! Soon, you’ll see her in action on her new talk show, The Mahogany Bronze Hour. Ella believes that God blessed her with the ability to write and because of it, her preparation will soon meet its opportunity. When her published work finally make an appearance in plays, on Lifetime, and even on the big screen, Ella will be careful to give all the glory, praise and Honor to God. Website: www.torn-theseries.com www.theellajohnson.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/ellayolandajohnson