Sariah Brooklyn is the hot new writer on the scene. Her new book 9:27pm will excite and empower you.
Sariah says “Life can certainly take you on a journey. It’s filled with unexpected twists and turns. 9:27PM will take you on a rollercoaster ride of emotions. There is laughter, joy pain and fear and Life will NEVER be the same!”
9:27PM and Inner Strength Free E-Journal. Books you won’t want to put down! By Sariah Brooklyn
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Being a white male, when I first saw the title of this book I really didn’t know what to expect. I was intrigued. It really wasn’t what I thought it would be. Once I read the book I completely understood why she had used that title. It is such a brave book! She just doesn’t give up! Her faith is incredible. It is beautifully written in a very unique way. I just couldn’t put the book down, I needed to know what happened next. I really loved it and highly recommend it! – Craig from Dunstable in Luton
This is an intriguing book that walks you through the life of a very brave and strong person. Every chapter had me hooked wanting to know what happened next. It is beautifully written and gives a vivid insight into the writers life and personality and pulls you in. I couldn’t put it down. – Belinda from Birmingham
This is a story of someone who doesn’t know how to give up. Someone who commits herself to making a difference to other people even when so many have let her down; who keeps fighting and hoping; who faces down her challenges with humour, humanity, love and faith. If ever there is a story that deserves a happy ending, this is it!
-Alice in Sheffield
I think this book is really well written. I love the journey the author takes throughout the book. I was genuinely interested in her stories and couldn’t wait to see the outcomes. I especially love the insight into autism and that we get a glimpse into her motivation for starting her charity and all the things she has done. Also love the snapshot from her autistic son’s point of view. Overall I think the book portrays the authors struggles but she always manages to take positives from every situation she have faces. I see her growth, she starts the book laughing at herself at her own expense, and she finishes up putting herself first by valuing and loving herself, no more crowd pleasing. The growth she shows with her family is also remarkable. I really liked it! – Dr Philip from Rotherham