Dirty Wedding Dress – The Dirty Past
By: Audrey Malone
About the Book
“Don’t get drug through the mud to end up at the altar in a dirty wedding dress”
I swear, every day of my life, not a day goes by where there isn't a relationship crises that I am pulled into. It doesn't matter where I go; someone is talking about relationships and marriages. Hell, love and relationships are the top talking points at my gynecologist office, geesh!
Both men and women aspire to attain a traditional “happily ever after” in their relationships/marriages, it seems. However, it's looking more and more as if the tradition of marriage is being discarded and strewn to the wayside in our fast-paced society.
Too many relationships are plagued with infidelity, abuse, financial woes, and an absence of a spiritual foundation. With that recipe, how can a relationship survive and thrive?
After countless lessons in my life and simply observing others, I’ve witnessed and learned a lot. If marriage or a committed relationship is what you desire, complaining to others will most likely not yield a positive result.
There are some things you must never forget! Some things are good. Some things are bad. Others are simply a lesson you’re meant to learn.
You are about to experience an immersive lesson on relationships and what it all means in this real world, and it's guaranteed to be a lesson you will never forget!
“Her white dress and white veil signifies her innocence, which is glowingly visible on her face. Meanwhile, her side smile tells the entire story of her tainted love affair.”
“Some of our behaviors were quite nefarious. Behind the “good girl” public image, there lived a fun girl to the 100th power!”
“But through it all, your father always professed his love for me. He swore he'd never leave me. He said he didn’t know why he beat me, but he was so sorry…always sorry.”
“I thought if I could just hold on and gain the title of being his wife, all the wrongdoings would somehow instantaneously be made right.”
“He would come by our house to see my mother for a few hours, here and there. He never once stayed overnight.”
“Barely able to speak, she said, “I can't do this anymore.”
Dirty Wedding Dress
“The Dirty Cheater”
“The Day I Met Oprah”
About the Author
I was born and raised in Atlanta Georgia where fun times, eateries and big business with an international flair is always a “trending topic!”
They call us “Grady babies” because if you’re a native Atlantan, then more likely than not, you were born at Grady Memorial Hospital.
I am the middle of seven children. My greatest accomplishment to date is being gifted with the awesome title of “Mommie” to three adult children and five grandbabies, who dare not ever call me Grandma!
I was born to entertain. However, being a “Preacher's Kid”, I often felt my outgoing personality and passion for music, clubs, bars and large crowds seemed misplaced.
I became known to many around the city after co-hosting large outdoor cookouts and other promoter events. I was instrumental in producing a wave of local football viewing parties, which is now a worldwide phenomenon.
I am proud to have spearheaded an all-female indie record label, supported by an all-female promotion team, at a time when none existed. I was born to entertain.
Like most, I too have struggled through the perplexity of failed relationships. But the institution of marriage, coupled with a strong family structure remains paramount for harmony to exist within our society. God is asking us to come back to the Bridegroom. Will you come?
(2020, hardback, 180 pages)