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No Half Measures by Marilyn Lamont

No Half Measures

by Marilyn Lamont

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For me, dear Reader, life is one big book from beginning to end with different chapters throughout life's journey. Good times, Bad times, Happy times and Sad times. Let me take you through two chapters of my life, two lives in one lifetime. My old life, a life filled and fuelled by alcohol in a drunken haze. I did not live these chapters but I merely existed through them, as I stumbled from one scenario to another until I found, through the grace of God and the fellowship of A. A. my new Life. As you read my book, I hope you will come to believe as I did, that there is no such thing as a 'Hopeless Case'.… (more)

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