Sweet Melissa Behind Bars (Book Three)

Genre: Non Fiction, Young Adult

Book Summary


Roses are red, Violets are blue.
If you shoot too much HEROIN,
You'll soon be blue too...

Please God don't let me DIE in prison. My limp, blue body had just been dragged across the cold linoleum floored hallway from another inmate's cell over to my own. I had been out of bounds and INJECTED with some of the heroin I had just received that day.

The last thing I had remembered was sitting on the TOILET in Lisa's cell. She was having trouble finding a vein so she went to my neck. I was now laying on the floor in my CELL with Santos pounding on my chest. I should be DEAD.

I had recently gotten out of the hole after doing a nine month SHU term for bringing Heroin into the prison. You would have thought I would have learned my lesson by then. I was sentenced to a couple more years, yet I was still the same hard-headed junkie I was when I first set foot in that cold, dark CAGED world.

The Sweet Melissa memoir series continues with Book Three. This is an inspirational read geared toward the young adult audience or anyone suffering from substance abuse or addiction. The series will also help educate family members and friends of a addict, that addiction is a disease. People in their right mind do not do these type of things.

The series will take you down the dark road of heroin addiction and the lifestyle acquired by the author in order to support such a habit. Her addiction has turned her into someone she had only read about. As her self esteem diminishes, life does not seem worth living. The author's story will have you wondering if there is any hope at all for her. As the series evolves, you will see that with hard work and perseverance anything is possible. Continue reading the series to find out the life changing event that turned the author into the woman she was always meant to be. The series contains many TRIGGERS.

About the Author

Susan Segovia-Munoz is currently living a drug-free life in sunny Southern California. Life for her was not always so bright but she managed to pick herself up and brush off the grime after decades of substance abuse and crime. Susan encountered a moment/moments of clarity during her last seven year stretch in state prison. She is sharing her story through the “Sweet Melissa Memoir Series” hoping to inspire and educate others that anything is possible. Almost every epiphany comes with the help of other people–either by direct instruction or observation.

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