Tales of the Titmouse

Tales of the Titmouse Pamela has been running running from a teenage marriage a dead end job and memories of a difficult childhood In a cottage on her grandmother s property in San Gabriel California she settles down a

  • Title: Tales of the Titmouse
  • Author: Pamela Barrett
  • ISBN: 9781432748340
  • Page: 462
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pamela has been running, running from a teenage marriage, a dead end job, and memories of a difficult childhood In a cottage on her grandmother s property in San Gabriel, California she settles down and enrolls in the local beauty school Through a fellow student, she meets an intriguing charismatic man Caught up in a whirlwind romance she flies to Mexico with him and thPamela has been running, running from a teenage marriage, a dead end job, and memories of a difficult childhood In a cottage on her grandmother s property in San Gabriel, California she settles down and enrolls in the local beauty school Through a fellow student, she meets an intriguing charismatic man Caught up in a whirlwind romance she flies to Mexico with him and then discovers he s a man with a secret In his world, she finds herself running again, this time running drugs Tales of the Titmouse is written to anyone whose life has been touched by the heartache of addiction For addicts who are lost and hopeless For their loved ones who feel like God doesn t hear their prayers It is a memoir, a look into the dangerous world of drug smuggling through the eyes of a 23 year old woman The story of a young woman looking for love, looking for purpose, and trying to fill the emptiness she feels inside with all the wrong things Pamela s journey through the darkness of the drug world is a testament to the power of a mother s prayer and the faithfulness of God.

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      Published :2019-07-24T06:09:07+00:00

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    1. Pamela Barrett is an hair designer in Paso Robles, California She and her husband, artist John Barrett live on the Central Coast Her memoir Tales of the Titmouse One Woman s Journey Out of Darkness takes you into the drug world of the 1970 s, from smuggling marijuana to a drug overdose and miraculous deliverence Written with a PG 13 sensitivity, it is a valuable tool to help drug addicts and their loved ones.

    2. I finished reading Tales of the Titmouse by Pamela Barrett. This book is a very good description of what was going on in the 70s between California and Mexico. Pamela lived a very fast pace of life in the weed trade and hung out with the get rich quick crowd. She tells the reader in depth what that life style was like and how drugs covered up her insecurities she had been carrying since childhood. Somehow she managed to survive that life style and found connection with Christianity and God. Many [...]

    3. When I was reading Pamela Barrett's Tales of the Titmouse, I kept flipping to the back cover and looking at her photo in incredulity. I looked into her eyes, asking, "However did you survive? However did you have the courage? The audacity? The plain-old-fashioned cahones to defy authority? I mean, look at your sweet face!" Repeatedly, I resumed reading, more and more convinced that not only is Pamela's a miracle story, but also a heroine tale. Follow me here--yes, she broke the law and lived an [...]

    4. I read Tales of the Titmouse because of my interest in memoir and addiction and recovery. Although I don't know Pamela Barrett, we have a mutual friend who told me about the book. Pamela appears to be about the same age as I am and we have similar lengths of clean and sober time. Our paths have been different in many ways, but at the same time similar. I think Pamela is a very good writer, and although I am a Unitarian Universalist (the church Pamela's mother didn't want her to attend), and did [...]

    5. captivating,it pulls you right along on this journey with pamela, aka, titmouse.a must read for anyone struggling with addictions, as well as their family and loved ones, and wondering if there is a way out.

    6. The cover contained a cartoonish illustration, therefore I expected it to be a children's book. It was not. Very disappointed in this terrible and depressing book.

    7. I have my typical mixed reaction to this memoir. Barrett excels at description, and I would definitely recommend Titmouse to anyone who is interested in the California counterculture of the 1970s and into the "Me Decade" excesses of the 1980s. The author depicts herself as a would-be free spirit, dabbling in drugs and the New Age movement (especially astrology), with a lot of unresolved baggage from her chaotic, somewhat abusive childhood. She meets a charismatic surfer/drug smuggler named "Cris [...]

    8. Just finished last night!! What a fantastic book and extremely well written. A very personal story told in a non senimental way. Interesting and Intriguing all the way to the last page. I was touched by the authors honesty and belief in the power of faith. I believe this book will truly reach many people and change the lives of persons afflicted with addiction and the persons who love them.

    9. I won this book at ! I'm so excited to receive it in the mail. Thanks!!!Pamela has a great testimony to share and she is a good writer.

    10. So far I think Pamela is amazing to have gone through so much and come in one piece. She is now able to help others make a change to their lives, that's wonderful. I can't wait to finish the book.

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