Anika Muhammad struggles to trust men. But after meeting a handsome playa in her business course, she unexpectedly falls head over heels. Yet she can’t forgive his once-wandering ways and is paralyzed by paranoia that he must be cheating.
Seeking something better, Anika gravitates toward an attractive artist whose religious beliefs open her up to a new spiritual world. But some part of her still wants to marry her smooth-talking ladies’ man, and her desperate choices are driving her to the edge of sanity.
Can Anika conquer her inner demons before she loses the guy who truly holds her heart?
Don't Call Me Crazy! I'm Just in Love is the first book in the wild Don't Call Me Crazy! African-American fiction series. If you like inspirational romance, surprising twists and turns, and pursuing your true self, then you’ll adore Swiyyah Woodard’s powerful novel.
Anika Muhammad’s whole life is wrapped up in her battle with paranoid schizophrenia. Shocked to discover her wedding never actually happened, she relapses into a chaotic world of inner turmoil. And she feels devastated and completely alone when she’s institutionalized against her will.
As she undergoes treatment, Anika’s troubled existence unravels further when her tormented fiancé finds solace in the bottle and becomes distant. But when she suffers a catastrophic health crisis following her best friend’s murder, the long-suffering woman begins receiving divine visions that could change things forever.
Can Anika reclaim her life and find the love she deserves?
Don't Call Me Crazy! Again is the second book in the absorbing Don't Call Me Crazy! African-American fiction series. If you like stories inspired by true events, deeply drawn characters, and intense personal journeys, then you’ll adore Swiyyah Woodard’s captivating novel.
Swiyyah Woodard is CEO of Swiyyah Productions Inc. and Baynews9 Everyday Hero, seen by 2 million viewers. She began training as an actor at the age of 13. She was then accepted into the PCCA program at Gibbs high school for the giftedly talented in acting. She obtained a BA degree in Psychology from the University of South Florida, and is certified in Creative Writing and TV production. As a child she was raised in poverty with a single parent, molested by her brother, abused by her step dad, attempted suicide at the age of 8, lost the brother that molested her to suicide, and in her early 30's, her lungs collapsed twice. She felt the strong need to tell her story and published two books inspired by her true story entitled, "Don't Call Me Crazy!" Her first book became required and suggested reading at an accredited 4-year University in Writing, Reading, Abnormal and General Psychology.
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