Maranda embraced her gift of writing and an act of extreme courage when she published her first book, Troubled, in November 2015 by releasing to the world the details of her troubled life as a teenager. In her award-winning memoir, she expressed the loss of her father to domestic murder in 2004, the details of her molestation and sexual assault, her failed attempts of suicide, and a 10-year battle with depression. On July 16, 2017, in memory of her late grandmother Mildred Stoot; Maranda released her second book titled Renewed Strength: Steps to Becoming a S.U.R.V.I.V.O.R by introducing an active step of healing for each letter in survivor.
Maranda Evans is a victor against the most challenging of life’s abuses. Through prayer and faith, Maranda renewed her strength to emerge from victim to S.U.R.V.I.V.O.R. In this two-part novel, Maranda walks readers through the common paths of pain followed by the steps we can take to overcome them.
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Troubled is a true story based on the life of Maranda Evans. After the tragic death of a few loved ones, she struggles to find her purpose in life over a ten-year period. While losing everything, Maranda forgets what she learned as a child. Abuse, love, and scandalous men break her down piece by piece. Will she make it through these struggles and become the woman she always wanted to be, or will her bad decisions ruin her life forever?
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The following are books that Maranda has contributed to as a writer.
A collection of poems by sexual assault survivors is a riveting collection of human voices that bring awareness, advocacy, and power to the issue of sexual assault.