Newest publication "Invasion of Privacy" from Fulton Books author Tiya Daley is the story of how she became a sex addict and the demons that invaded her. Through her example, others can learn to protect their loved ones.
Fort Lauderdale, FL, December 20, 2017 (Newswire.com) - Fort Lauderdale, FL, December 20, 2017 (Newswire) -
Tiya Daley, a native of Pennsylvania born in 1973 who was inspired during a period of homelessness to write about her story, has completed her most recent book “Invasion of Privacy”: the struggle of a sex addict and the demons that invaded her.
Daley shares, “Coming to grips about how one can be invaded has made me understand how people must protect their children or their privacy can be invaded by evil demonic spirits. I have now reached the point where I can no longer allow my privacy to be invaded again. I wanted to reach out to the masses to let them know what it is they are experiencing and how I overcame it.”
Published by Fulton Books, Tiya Daley’s book is the story of her life. Since her youth, author Tiya Daley has wrestled with spiritual wickedness. Its attacks imprisoned her with sexual addiction and other lascivious acts. Only through the Most High was she delivered from sexual bondage. He is her deliverer, her buckler, her strong tower, her refuge, and her first love.
People often wonder why individuals addicted to sex, gambling, stripping, pornography, drinking, and other vices do the things they do. “Invasion of Privacy” explains what happened to author Tiya Daley. She then shows how she freed herself. In doing so, she hopes others will learn from her example. “Invasion of Privacy” unveils the demonic spirits living in the world and their desire to invade children. “Invasion of Privacy” is a tool to protect loved ones from these demons.
Readers who wish to experience this chilling, yet informative and empowering, work can purchase “Invasion of Privacy” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.
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Source: Fulton Books