Thursday, May 10, 2018

My book, A Rose Blooms Among the Thorns is now available on audio for free. Check it out here:

Monday, October 23, 2017

Going Home

My newest book Going Home is now published and ready for readers.

Going Home

The story of a woman's journey back to her childhood home, seeking what she believes she left behind.

Matilda planning a special announcement for her husband, Winston, prepared an exceptional dinner of his favorite foods. What she wasn't prepared for was, Winston had his own announcement. Her life drastically changed the evening of Winston's announcement. Packing up her pride and personal belongings, Matilda traveled back to her childhood home. The old home she grew up in with her widowed mother. Downcast, angry, and dejected she arrives home. Her life spinning out of control. Depression and loneliness try to consume her. Tilly desperately seeks for what she believed she left behind in her childhood home. 

Going Home can be found here on Amazon: 

Some reviews have said: 
on October 21, 2017

Cissy asked me to proofread this book before she published it. So, I wasn't reading it as a normal reader would. However, I found myself completely engrossed in Tilly's life (the main character), and concerned about her well-being and future.

As with Cissy's other books, this one is engaging, well-written, and thoroughly enjoyable. The story holds together well, and I found myself wanting to know more each step of the journey. Cissy's books have a strong Christian theme, which I thoroughly enjoy. When I'm reading them, I feel like I'm at home with the characters, their lives, and their language. Their lifestyles are familiar to me, as well as their manner of speaking and thinking.

on October 15, 2017
Format: Kindle Edition
As the latest book from Cissy Hunt this one didn’t disappoint. It would be a great edition to anyone’s book shelf. Especially those looking for the guidance of Jesus Christ in your life. Jesus is able to help us in wonderful ways, even when we don’t understand his process. The only way to Truly experience this is to allow God to work through the trouble and pain of our past and having him lead us to the beauty of his peace and understanding once we are on the other side of our struggle. I believe Cissy knows this truth at its deepest. And that shows through. You’ll find this book loaded with guidance directly from the word of God. It was my privilege to volunteer to review an advanced copy of this wonderful book. Home is where the heart is, even if we don’t see it at first. Give it a read. You’ll love the book!!

Saturday, May 6, 2017

About My Book

A Rose Blooms Among the Thorns
The story of a woman's journey from domestic abuse – through healing – to forgiveness
The book, A Rose Blooms Among the Thorns, came into existence after many years.
I had an old boot box that I carried around for probably thirty years. Inside of this boot box were notes about this story. These notes were written on notebook paper, index cards, and even on napkins from restaurants.
 Whatever paper I had before me when an idea came is what I wrote it down on.
Every time I placed a note in the box, I would say, “someday you will get written.” After about thirty years someday arrived. Before the first word was typed, I fasted and prayed. The reason I did this was because writing this book would take me on a destination to a place I didn't want to visit. The place I would be journeying to was my past.
With much fasting, praying and crying the book came together. Even though the book is written as a work of fiction, it contains many truths and facts. All though this is my story, I wrote it hoping that many women who have gone through domestic abuse will maybe relate to the story.
My hope is that they would understand there is a life after domestic abuse. There are lives and dreams obtainable for them. And no, it won't be easy but it is possible to have a live free of domestic abuse.
You could win a free E-book copy of A Rose Blooms Among the Thorns. Just go to my book page here,
and like it then make a comment about domestic abuse.
All names of those making a comment, I will place your name in a basket and draw out 3 names.

Friday, July 29, 2016


No buy-in fees - No kits to buy - No giving parties - No buying product and then delivering
All it takes is a little computer time.
You're on the computer anyway so why not use that time to make some extra money?
Check it out here:

Tuesday, May 17, 2016

My new book Spirit Dancer
 is available now
The story of how a woman's faith and trust in God grew out of hardship and tragedy in the early 1800's.
.Hannah, at only seventeen, has been married only a few months when her new husband Caswell announced to her they would be traveling west to work with his uncle.
Hannah hated the idea of leaving her family, her home and all she knew to travel with a wagon train west.
While with the wagon train, they endured sever storms, livestock stampedes and death. But one of the worst things the young couple had to face was being left behind by the wagon train, when Caswell appears to have come down with a contagious disease.
Follow Hannah's adventure through hardship, and tragedy as she travels the wilds of the western wilderness.

You can find it her on Amazon

Friday, February 26, 2016

My book, A Rose Blooms Among the Thorns, is finally in print.

For information on ordering in print form please go here

For information on ordering in E-Book form please go here 

Please give me any feedback on what you thought of the book after reading. This would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks so much

Thursday, August 13, 2015

Prior to 1984, most police could not legally make a warrantless arrest unless a misdemeanor occurred in the officer's presence, or the officer had probable cause to believe that a felony had taken place. Since most domestic violence cases involve simple assault and battery—a misdemeanor—the police could not make an arrest at the scene. Advising the husband or boyfriend to "take a walk around the block" was often the extent of police intervention.

All states made "wife beating" illegal by 1920. However, only since the 1970s has the criminal justice system begun to treat domestic violence as a serious crime, not as a private family matter. Domestic violence is any physical, sexual, or psychological abuse that people use against a former or current intimate partner. It refers to a number of criminal behaviors: assault and battery; sexual assault; stalking; harassment; violation of a civil restraining order; homicide; and other offenses that occur in the course of a domestic violence incident, such as arson, robbery, malicious destruction of property, and endangering a minor. No person can validly consent to a breach of the peace or a battery that may result in serious injury or death. Furthermore, most states have abolished the marital rape exemption in toto; this exemption precluded husbands from being prosecuted for raping their wives. Thus, in general, there is no legal distinction between crimes committed against intimate partners and those committed against strangers.

We have come a long way, but still not far enough in preventing domestic abuse!