MY STORY IS NOT PRETTY. MOST OF IT IS DOWNRIGHT UNPLEASANT, BUT I KNOW I TOO SHOULD SHARE MY EXPERIENCES TO BRING AWARENESS TO TERRIBLE LONG-TERM EFFECTS OF MALE CHILD MOLESTATION AND ALSO EQUALLY TO OFFER WORDS OF ENCOURAGEMENT FOR SURVIVORS.
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WAITED LONG ENOUGH
"Houston Has A Problem" is a story that presents an uncensored look into the world of child molestation, drug abuse, the music business, homophobia, racism, and class wars in America.
Written from the perspective of a gay black man born in the racist South of the 1960s, whose father was an evangelical minister and Vietnam War Veteran.
It presents a compelling story centred around severe topics in a non-threatening humorous style, that draws the reader in right from the very first sentence.
The book is filled with shocking true-life conversations with former rockstars, and executives in the entertainment industry.
It presents racism in all its forms, black and white with a more profound look at the current controversial "me too generation" media topic.
"Houston Has A Problem" presents a rag to riches story followed by a sharp fall from grace, that ultimately leads to the author's miraculous recovery and happiness.
SHOCKING & INSPIRING
"I ask you to let go of your preconceived notions; they will not serve you here. Let me take you into my world and allow you to see the world through my eyes and take a walk in my shoes, after which, you may decide: Does Houston truly have a problem?" Saint Andrews
"I can't wait to add this book to my collection"
Debra Burley, PR Media Studio
SAINT ANDREWS NFTS
Abstract Collections depicting various chapters of "Houston Has A Problem". These original works captured by the brilliant mind of Sicilian Artist "Andrea Musumeci", each capture a psychological insight to the thought process of Saint Andrews during these difficult times. They require deep analysis giving the reader a subject and objective perspective that consistently changes as they read throughout the book. A different experience is observed as they user grows in their psychological evaluation.
“My story is not pretty. Most of it is downright unpleasant, but I know I too should share my experiences to bring awareness to terrible long-term effects of male child molestation and also equally to offer words of encouragement for survivors.”