Today, we introduce you to one of our favorite MKSP authors, Brenda Perlin. What a delightful lady!
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Brenda Perlin is an adult contemporary fiction author. She evokes emotional responses in her readers by using a provocatively unique writing style. Her latest book, Home Wrecker, captures the soul-wrenching conflicts of a personal struggle for emotional fulfillment.
From the time Brenda was a child, she has been fascinated with writing. She draws her biggest inspiration from the author, Judy Blume. Ms. Blume’s novels sparked a passion in Brenda to pursue personal expression through writing. Once she was old enough to go to coffee shops alone, Brenda recalls losing herself in the world of the written word while documenting her ideas on paper napkins.
“There is really no creative process, I just write,” – Brenda Perlin
Brenda’s first book, Home Wrecker I (Home Wrecker Chronicles), was published with Master Koda Select Publishing last spring. Within a short time, the book developed a strong fan base and is continuing to grow as it entertains readers and leaves them in a state of profound reflection. This fall, the much anticipated sequel to Home Wrecker I will be published and available for readers world-wide.
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Marriage was a Home Wrecker
“Being married definitely took work. When we fought, I felt like I wanted to float away and drown, whereas before I knew I could walk away without any strings attached.”
So much changed in our relationship after we were married. Before the wedding nuptials our relationship was close, trusting, and enjoyable. We were together for close to two years and were each other’s best friends. My soon to be husband was very accommodating and pretty much went with the flow. It was not that I was high maintenance but he pretty much went out of his way to make sure that I was happy. Once we got married he got very jealous and controlling.He thought every guy that came into contact with me had an ulterior motive. He called me naive when I denied his concerns. He got so possessive that he didn’t even like me to sit next to his brother while we were at a restaurant. He concluded that I was now his possession. As a result of his dominance I became very uncomfortable.
Has this happened to you? Did your relationship change after you were married?
Looking back, I wish I walked out back then. It could have saved us both a lot of heartache, time, and sorrow. My husband’s controlling nature was a Home Wrecker.
Home Wrecker I