Roos Boum, talked about books that leave you speachless.
Roos Boum

Roos Boum, talked about books that leave you speachless.My father didn't rape me. My mother didn't hit me. They just wanted me dead. A Youth Ripped Apart By Lies My mother made everyone believe that I had an incurable illness and was to die young. She even managed to manipulate doctors, only to get attention for herself. I Had No Future. I Was Going to Die I grew up without a future. Many times I stood at the railwaycrossing but the thought of leaving my dog behind with my mother, kept me from the final step. Paediatric Condition Falsification Since I didn't die, I thought I must have outgrown the illness. I found out the truth when I was 40. The truth that is called Paediatric Condition Falsification, or Munchausen by proxy. From Best Selfie to Bestseller As a therapy I wrote a book about it, published it as a selfie, got discovered by a publisher and the book became a bestseller in Holland. It is now translated and since 14th of February 2014 available in English: False Jasmine, A Youth Ripped Apart. ISBN-13: 978-1495982491. If you click on you can choose the Amazon shop of your country and find the book I'm Roos (pronounce Rose, please) Boum a Dutch author. One of my books, is translated in English. False Jasmine a youth ripped apart. In Holland a bestseller. It is my autobiography on childabus through Munchausen by proxy. I will blog about this book. More on:

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