Faye Hollins-Moore, Freelance Writer of Thirty Years Writes Memoir of Living Homeless for Over Two Years, Titled, "Hitting the Pavement"

Ms. Hollins-Moore is completing the manuscript for her third book. The topic is homelessness and she writes about this very disturbing national crisis as a fully embedded journalist in six shelters in two years. She writes it as a memoir because she learned as a reporter for McGraw-Hill Publishing that the libel laws allow her to reveal the identity of those so-called philanthropies that benefit from homelessness, not help the victims of it.

Vista, CA, January 18, 2019 --(PR.com)-- She has been a professional writer for over thirty years (as evidenced by her website at www.fayehollinsmoore.com). She was also an accountant for almost twenty years until a life-changing injury forced her to retire early. As a result, she was thrown into the world of homelessness. And she was also thrust into a choice: she could either live the life of homelessness or live it and write about it, too. She chose to write. The result is, "Hitting The Pavement: A Journalist's 2-Year Memoir of Homelessness." She has been writing this story on-the-fly, until now. She now has a home and is in process of finishing the manuscript with an aim toward publishing by mid-Spring. To help her focus on completion of the book, she has posted fundraising campaigns on Kickstarter, GoFundMe and Facebook. She has completed the Outline, Prologue, Epilogue and 7 of 15 chapters (and they're ready for the editing process). She has also started the cover design (which will soon be ready for professional treatment). She works every waking hour in her efforts to bring this story out into the light of day. So that, if done right, her words might help to fix what's wrong with the current system that's trying to help the homeless, literally, find their way back home.
Faye Hollins-Moore
Post Office Box 852
Vista, CA 92085