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Book Excellence Awards: A Torch of Hope amid Life

Book Excellence Awards introduces a moving story of a brave woman who plummeted into the deepest despair, but through faith in God, found her way back in Suzanne Boylston Cusack’s all-new book “Holy Water in My Scotch: From Despair to Hope.”

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“Holy Water in My Scotch: From Despair to Hope” by Suzanne Boylston Cusack
“Holy Water in My Scotch: From Despair to Hope” by Suzanne Boylston Cusack

Book Excellence Awards, an international awards competition, provides aspiring authors with a chance to expand their influence and publicity. Those who have gained this reward have received extended support and resources in publishing their works. Winners and Finalists of the Book Excellence Award will also have access to templates and tools that will open the doors to success for them.

Pearson Media Group sees potential in Suzanne Boylston Cusack, author of Holy Water in My Scotch: From Despair to Hope,” in partaking in this event with her book. A memoir of a woman who lost herself in a world she vowed never to enter.

Hope is a power that one must possess to survive in this troubled world. Sue went through painful times. She saw the destruction that alcohol caused to her father never to expect it would be her downfall too.

“Holy Water in My Scotch: From Despair to Hope” is the biography of Suzanne Boylston Cusack. She goes through a lonely childhood and dark later years. At a time that everything seemed hopeless, light shone on her life again. She found the faith that she lost. She found God. If you are in search of a way out of the despairs of life, then “Holy Water in My Scotch: From Despair to Hope” is the book for you.
“Holy Water in My Scotch: From Despair to Hope”
Written by Suzanne Boylston Cusack
Published by Austin Macauley Publishers LLC
Publication Date: May 27, 2020
Kindle: $4.50
About the Author:
Suzanne Boylston Cusack grew up in a middle-class family in Far Rockaway Long Island, NY, in the 1950s. She was brought up with a strong faith and the discipline of Catholic high school. In her family life, she grew up surrounded by the hurts, fears and disillusionments of living with her dad’s weekend alcoholism. She vowed never to drink, but at the age of 18, she found her way to the glamor of working for the prominent firm in Rockefeller Center, and the advertising world, long drinking lunches and after-hour working parties. She became very successful materially, but at the age of 28, lost herself. Her mom, quietly seeing her daughter follow in Dad’s footsteps, prayed very hard. Since her mom is Catholic and believes in the magical powers of blessed holy water, she began pouring some in Sue’s drinks whenever she could. Suddenly, the miracle occurred and Sue called the Alcoholics Anonymous, 24-hour helpline on June 3, 1969.

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