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By: Tania Thompson

Methadone and a Mobile Phone

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In Methadone and a Mobile Phone, delve into the turbulent world of Melissa Jane, a woman ensnared by choices that lead her astray. As life’s winding path becomes a treacherous terrain, Melissa grapples with the weight of addiction, an affliction that touches countless souls globally.


While many bear the scars of this battle, the decision to heal and rise is deeply personal. Melissa, tethered to methadone’s deceptive solace, overlooks the commitment needed to truly reclaim herself, descending further into the abyss of her own making.


A poignant reflection on the fragility of human spirit, choices, and the battles we wage within, this narrative is a heart-wrenching reminder of the cost of surrendering to one’s demons.

Grace Underwood, a grandmother of six grandchildren and three children, embarked on an Australian adventure in a converted van, making the most of her agility while it lasts. Many years, beginning at 19 were spent sailing the seven seas. For such a lifestyle, unique as it was and usually not attempted with children in tow, she could gather material to put down in print. She saw firsthand the ravaging effects of Heroin then Methadone. Also, her upbringing created a profile of abandonment, playing second fiddle with only her own accomplishments bringing some semblance of importance to her. This book was therapeutic in that you can only try your very best to note down successfully a story of sadness, not a ‘Happy Ever After’.

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