“RUNNING FROM EMPTY SHOES is provocative and “ginseng,” it whitewashes the code of silence, treacherous paths, and colorful methods of punishment while exposing the risks of going pro se.”
I’m a person who believes that everyone, no matter what situation they are in, should fight for the right to be free. Running From Empty Shoes isn’t a self-help book—it’s a story of following dreams, being determined, and staying resilient. After reading Running From Empty Shoes, I hope readers gain courage, discover truth, and trample on fear.
“It’s too late to turn around..” writer Quianna says, “…not without a box-office hit.” But when she arrived in Florida, her ideals are tested and the chance to captivate Universal Studios instantly “fades out.”
Her world is quickly changing; to do nothing is risky. With no income, nowhere to live and an impounded car, things couldn’t get worse, or could they? The sunshine state turns shadier as the character of honest policemen shatter and evaporate in the wake of a brutal and savage rape.
Is this Lucifer’s mischievism? or a game of human-chess played by the Gods not yet understood? Now the nucleus of a frightening psychodrama, entangled as the pasty, hauled to jail, where does she turn? Who will believe her? Most importantly, with the vengeance in her heart, how will she restore her freedom while feuding against two powerful corrupters? She ran from the disparaging shoes of a fugue state, realizing her assailants may never be brought to justice. Barefooted, she runs with self-preservation into a towering era of persecution.