Book Review of Diamond in the Rough: A Memoir by Kamika Graham

Book Review of Diamond in the Rough: A Memoir
The true story of a domestic violence survivor (Revised)
by Kamika Graham

This book is a great read for anyone who has or is going through a domestic violence situation. Kamika shares her true story in details which in turn allows you to truly see her pain. Kamika faces her obstacles through healing from the Lord and gains strength to persevere past her pain allowing God to transform and heal her. Kamika uses her story to help empower other women that have gone through or is in a domestic violence situation to get out now! There is hope for a better life and you are worthy. It was hard for me to put this book down due to the suspense of what is going to happen next and learning of the strength and bravery Kamika showed in every situation and for her kids. I recommend this book to anyone facing trials no matter what they are. You can over come them through power of prayer and healing in the Lord Jesus Christ.
Book Review by Regina M. Carter
July 6, 2018

Here is the link to purchase her book from Amazon.

Diamond in the Rough: A Memoir: The true story of a domestic violence survivor

Shirt Campaign to raise proceeds to get my book published once it is complete.

My name is Regina Carter and I run a mental health and suicide prevention Facebook page called Unbreakable Through my Storms. I am in the process of writing a book and the proceeds from this fundraiser will help make my dream of writing a book come true. The proceeds would go towards the cost of publication. I designed these shirts as a reminder of what we go through and struggling is all a part of our story. Keep going, never give up. Your life matters and during the struggles and storms you remain Unbreakable Through my Storms. God bless. 💚 Regina

My book will reflect on some of my struggles and how I gained strength through Christ to over come them. Going to add some poems in there as well. Filled with hope and inspiration.

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Here is the link to order a shirt.

Unbreakable Through my Storms


I made this for my Facebook page that I have on mental health and suicide prevention. I will post a link and be sure to check it out and give it a like. I post encouraging post and try to help people if they need someone to talk to. Remember you are never alone.

Tomorrow is promised to no one…

One thing that is guaranteed to us all is death. This is a subject I personally do not like talking about because it depresses me as I am sure it does others. We never know what day, hour or time will be our last. That’s the part that scares me. If you don’t know Jesus I suggest you find Him and get to know Him. Personally I believe we are living in the last days. This world depresses me by the things that go on. The devil is running all around, messing with who ever he can. Making things look good just to rope you in. Be smart know the difference between the enemy and what God is trying to do. If you have sin in your life ask for forgiveness. Forgive others and most of all forgive yourself. If I have wronged anyone that is reading this I am sorry and I hope for your forgiveness. When you wake up in the morning, look to the sky and thank the Lord that he woke you up this morning. Kiss your love ones and tell them that you love them whenever they go out the door or if it’s you that is going out the door. It might just be the last kiss or conversation that you will ever have. Never go to bed mad with someone. Make peace where peace needs to be made. These are just a few of my thoughts that I am feeling today. Too many people dying too young but only God knows why and he does have plans. Look to Him for the answers not the fellow man. God bless each of you who have taken the time to read this and remember you are Loved and you are never alone. Do random acts of kindness you never know who it can impact. I know when I help others it brings a joy to me that I can’t even explain. Never judge a person by their looks or by anything. You don’t know what that person has gone through. You don’t walk in their shoes. Be kind, listen and understand. Get on their level then you just might see what a person is going through or coming from. Who knows you might even make a friend. 💙

Love, Regina