Who is Alberta Sequeira
Alberta Sequeira is from North Dartmouth, Massachusetts and is a four-time award winning Author and an Awareness Coach on Alcohol and Drug Abuse after losing her husband and daughter from North Dighton, Massachusetts to their alcohol addiction. She speaks at private events behind closed doors to the substance abusers at court-ordered programs, halfway homes, rehabilitation centers, to their family and to the public.
Her published memoirs are: A Spiritual Renewal: A Journey To Medjugorje, Someone Stop This Merry-Go-Round; An Alcoholic Family in Crisis, and its sequel Please, God, Not Two; This Killer Called Alcoholism. Her Narrative Non-Fiction book What is and isn’t Working for the Alcoholics and Addicts; In Their Own Words had been written by 34 alcoholic and drug users from the USA and Canada from all walks of life telling family, counselors, doctors and society what they need from each of us to desire the help from professionals and develop the want to get into a recovery program.
Ms. Sequeira is an educational instructor for three workshops: Bring Your Manuscript to Publication, How to Self-Publish Your Own Book with Create Space and Writing Memoirs. All three classes were made into handbooks.
She is a co-founder to Authors Without Borders (www.awb6.com) and a director, producer and co-host to the NBTV-95 Cable Show out of New Bedford, MA.
She is a contributor to The Speaker Anthology, VOL. 1 (page 98-100) by Dr. Kent Gustavson and Sally Shields.
She is in the process of working on her first fictional story, The Rusty Years, about a 92-year-old woman who looks back with losing the love of her life and giving a child up for adoption. Hopefully, it will be published in the later part of 2017 and readers will see a lighter side of her.
My books are in paperback and Kindle at http://amazon.com/author/albertasequeira
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