About Screaming In Autopilot
How do you forgive someone who has wronged you so terribly, yet feels they did nothing wrong? In my book, Screaming In Autopilot, I take the reader along with me on my life-long journey to answer this question. Beginning with childhood abuse and trauma that gradually spills over into an adulthood mired in depression, alcoholism, and dysfunction, the prose and poetry will both astonish and touch the readers’ hearts. Although there is great pain and tragedy throughout the book, I want to reassure the reader that healing is possible through laughter and the passage of time, and there is freedom in letting go of anger. I am extending a hand of hope for all victims of abuse.
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Kris Ball began writing at the age of 6, and has been writing her entire life. Her latest work, a collection of poems entitled Screaming In Autopilot, chronicles a lifelong journey through childhood abuse and abandonment, then adulthood dysfunction, heartache, and alcoholism, that eventually lead to healing and forgiveness. Ms. Ball also has children’s books published under a pen name. She is currently a resident of Indiana and a Ball State University graduate. She has a son, Adam, and a grandson, Conrad, who live in Alabama. Ms. Ball is an avid cat lover, and besides her dreams of being a best selling author, would love to open up a cat cafe.