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Laurie from Cobalt, canada
I read your book and loved it. You are an inspiration, and beautiful to boot! I sit here at my lake and pray your strength meets all that need it!
Glenda from Edmonton
Just finished your life story and truly appreciate the sharing. It has so many good quotes to live by I think my favorite is "practice makes perfect, so be careful what you practice". Thanks again.
Linda Graham from Oxford England
I've just read 'A piece of Cake' which I found incredibly captivating as it is written so well. During the harrowing story of your life, I kept hoping you'd see just how clever and intelligent you were. I found myself praying you'd find help and of course you did. Many blessings to you
Linda Graham from Oxford England
I've just read 'A piece of Cake' which I found incredibly captivating as it is written so well. During the harrowing story of your life, I kept hoping you'd see just how clever and intelligent you were. I found myself praying you'd find help and of course you did. Many blessings to you and how honest and inspiring your book is.
Natasha Lindsay from London, United Kingdom
My name is Natasha and i have just completed my read of the book 'A Piece of Cake'. I must state the book is fantastic and i feel grateful and privileged to have read it. Thank you Cupcake Brown for allowing me to follow your journey through life, embracing the bad and most of all the good. Your journey through life has inspired me to continue through my own struggles as their is light at the end of the tunnel. You reminded me to put my trust in God as he has continually lead me through life even through the times i felt otherwise. I am very happy, impressed, proud and astounded at how Cupcake Brown has turned her life around for the better. I hope this book helps others (especially other women) as it has helped me. I pray you are continually blessed Thank you x
Michelle from Lancaster, ca
I am originally from low angeles ca. I was moved to Lancaster when I was 14. I suffered a abusive and traumatic background, nothing like you. As I grew up and watched everyone around me fall into drugs,alcohol, pregnancy, overdose, suicide, murder suicide and then some, I learned young that I was not going to end up like anyone of them. I had distance myself from so called family and barely had friends if any at all because I trusted no one. I grew up went to school graduated got married and had 2 children. I had my own struggles with eating disorders and depression. But luckily that was it. I've never done a drug, I barely drink and I maintain a healthy stable life style. I am now living another state, a decision I made to distance myself. I just finished your book and I laughed and cried. I want to hug you and say thank you. You are the example of rising above. Just like me. It can be done. Your past will not define who you are. You go girl. Much love cup. May you be at peace in your new life.
Malcolm White from Stranraer
Fantastic read. So proud of you. Love your honesty. Much love from scotland
Judi from Orange County
I am so sorry you were not well taken care of by the child welfare system. It is in fathomable. As a pediatric nurse practitioner who works with children and families I find it horrifying what you and other children endured. By your hard work, resilience and faith, you have overcome such incredible obstacles. I am so amazed by your story,. You are an inspiration. May you continue to live with health and peace.
Juanita Briscoe from Washington DC
Wow. God does a wonderful job with placing people, places, events, and books in your life. I stumbled across this book by no fault of my own. I was assisting a resident, at the time while working, who wanted to read a book, "any book", he claimed. I headed back on the elevator to my perspective unit 5 and looked for a book any book. There it was sitting on the top of my workstation's cubicle. "A Piece of Cake". I laughed and took the book saying to myself, "Well at least he'll, that is the resident, will learn how to make a cake. LOL. I took him the book and he laugh with me saying, "Ms. Briscoe, I know how to bake a cake". I responded, I don't so let me know if you learn any new recipes". The next day, I went to visit the resident just to check on the new recipe that he may have learned, he ran up to me an shouted "Ms. Briscoe, you have to read this book when I finish". I was surprised to see that he was half way through. Upon his completion of A Piece of Cake, it was pass back to me, so I began reading it and could not stop reading. I read fast, slow, fast, and slow again taking every thing in. I shed tears when no one saw me, I was mad as hell at the foster deal, I laughed, and I was very proud. I am so grateful to you for sharing your story. This book is truly a blessing and has entered my life during a really difficult and stressful time. I really think that God has a good sense of humor and orderly guidance. Thank you Cupcake Brown.
Jennifer C. from Pennsylvania
Something I have learned is that everything happens for a reason, and coming across your book was for a reason. Your book was given me while I was a patient in a drug and alcohol rehab just a short time ago. I could not read it while I was there because my mind was not in the right place, even after my completion of rehab I was still not ready, a month later my husband and I were going on our first cruise to celebrate our seven year anniversary, as well as taking the honeymoon we never had, and taking time for ourselves to get away and work on us. As I mentioned I mentioned I went to a rehab on April 18th 2016, this was the first time in 16 years I admitted to anyone I was an addict and actually sought out help. This was my rock bottom and the lowest I have been or ever want to experience. Although I can not relate to some of the horrific things you have endured in your life, I can relate to your struggle with addiction and how addiction empacted your life. Thank you for sharing your story the highs the lows, the trials and tribulations, the good the bad and the ugly. The reality is life especially in recovery is not sunshine, rainbows, butterflies, or delicious sprinkled cupcakes. 🙂 Sometimes life is a struggle however in the end we can and we will survive. God Bless You!
Tara Moore from Eugene, Oregon
I enjoyed this story because of the strong voice in the narrative. I was inspired by it because her story showed that kindness and honest can save a life. Be warned, this book is brutally descriptive.
Kathy K. from Greenbelt, Maryland
Thank you, Cupcake for sharing your story in "A Piece of Cake". I have been in recovery from alcohol addiction for 31 years and your story has inspired me to see in a whole new way that God is real and, if you really trust God, let go of such tight control and really work your program, miracles can happen!! All the best to you!!
Kerry from Somerset
I'll be honest, I knew nothing about your book & picked it up by chance, it has been the single most important read of my life. I'm at the start, I mean right at the start, of my own change & it's given me the courage & belief that everything will be ok. Thank you for your honesty & humour making the difficult topic of addiction approachable xx
Stacey from Leeds, England
This book is one of my all time favourites, no matter how many times i read it, it can never get boring. Thank you for sharing your story with us, I have never gone through so many emotions in one book. You are a true inspiration.
Elizabeth from Dublin
Dear cupcake thank you so much for sharing your life with us I cried I laughed I cheered when I read it you deserve all the love and happiness in this world that god gives you now bless you .
Scarlett Turner from st austell, Cornwall
Hi, I have just finished reading your book again. I have read it numerous times over the years. It is truly inspirational. I myself suffered abuse of all kinds in my childhood. Met a fabulous man in my teens who spent years making me whole. Life truly is what you make it. Your perseverance and strength are something to behold! I have a blessed life. After raising our 4 children I am now going through the fostering process. Hopefully I can provide a place of safety and security for others. You are truly awesome!
Crystal from Houston
I cannot begin to express how your story has not only touched my life, empowered my life, challenged my life, but changed my life. Because of you I know that no matter what... if you want it... there IS a brighter day. We have so so many similarities its unreal. I thought about writting a book before, but I was skeptical of the incriminating information that my life held, I know now that I can share my embarrassments, challenges, hopelessness, and overcoming all the same. Tears flowing. Thank God for grace and mercy. And RELIEF. Bless you for blessing others. HopefullY I can meet with you soon, maybe you can be my V. 🙂
alexis gaiter from SIMI VALLEY
i love this book and fyi im 15 she is amazing
Coty M from Dallas
I just finished your book about 10 minutes ago, so I'm writing with fresh tears in my eyes. While our lives were led down two totally different paths, I feel we have the same fighting spirit inside. I just want you to know how much I appreciate your bravery for sharing such a personal journey with the world. I feel that your book has given me a new sense of understanding and sympathy for the people who are not given the chance to have an easy childhood (or a childhood at all). I taught children who came from broken places, and I saw many of their tiny faces while reading you're story. Heartbreaking. They don't have a voice yet, but you give me hope that one day they might. Everything that you set out to achieve is nothing short of amazing. What's more amazing is that you achieved it and then some! I hope one day Connie realizes how egregious her mistakes are and how profoundly they effected those around her. In the mean time, she can suck it. Thank you, Cupcake, for your incredible humor, honesty, candidness, dedication, insight, and heart. I feel like I have enriched my life by reading your story, and I know I stand along thousands of others when I say that.