|Posted by thedance123 on July 20, 2012 at 11:45 PM|
Who is Kristy Cato?
I am the little girl growing up who was told by her mother do not cry because you look just like your ugly father.
I was that little girl who was told I had to pay my dues in life to get what I wanted by my father, while my siblings were handed what they wanted. I am also what you would call the forgotten one. Meaning no matter where I went from work, a local store, friends and family I was forgotten about. I know there are a lot of people out there who have been through this and I would love to hear from you. Physical, Emotional, or metal Abuse it all hurts and affects our lives. I know there are lots of us out there with their own stories and I would love to hear them so write me and tell me what’s on your mind, we all share common ground.
You see, when I was growing up, there was nothing out there to tell me that it was ok to love who I loved. And because of it I had no fight in me to stand up for what I was feeling at the time. In the end I lost the love of my life and hope this never happens to anyone else. Three years ago I lost my job as a coordinator on a TV show due to the recession. Every day after that, I would get on my computer and look for a job. Frustrated with no luck, one morning instead of my routine of looking for a job, I sat down and began to write a story, which turned into a book called “The Dance My First Love” This book has been getting great reviews and people seem to love this and can identify with the story. I am hoping that more of you will love this story as much as I loved writing it. I loved my characters so much that once I finish that story I began to miss my characters. That’s where my second book comes in “After the Dance” Due to come out sometime next year. This had been a great thing for me and I also understand, for those who have read it too! The great thing is two years later I have written an eight book series.
To everyone who has been through anything. My books are dedicated to you and yours. Keep your head up remember you have done nothing wrong! LOVE IS LOVE
At Los Angeles Times.