Sakimah Coleman’s official website is now live

A new website has been released for the book “Carnegie,” written by Sakimah Coleman. The website provides the author’s biographical information as well as the details of his books and where to purchase them.

Sakimah Coleman is an author who writes books about having mental illness. Her first book is titled “Step into My World of Schizophrenia,” an engrossing memoir in the form of journal entries that present the author’s journey coming to terms with her daily struggles with paranoid schizophrenia. It is a thought-provoking reflection on the daily battles and personal costs of living with bouts of psychological disturbance. Candid, raw, eye-opening, and ultimately optimistic, her generous personal story will uplift others in similar straits, helping them understand who they are beyond their condition and reminding them of the endless opportunities for God’s grace to shine through.

Born and raised in Trenton, NJ, Sakimah is a middle child. She decided to write a book based on an illness that plagues communities and nations worldwide. Sakimah had big dreams of becoming a nurse, but her dreams became deferred when she became stricken with a mental illness called paranoid schizophrenia. Life itself became extremely difficult to manage when the illness fell upon her. The author has written her story based on real-life experiences and in hopes of helping others who are battling mental illness.

Sakimah presently holds a degree in the arts and general education and plans to complete her degree in nursing in the near future. She currently resides in North Carolina with her husband and children. Mrs. Coleman has written a second book titled “Carnegie”, and she will soon be writing her third book. In her spare time, she enjoys bicycle riding and dining.

“Carnegie” is a book that tells the story of Carnegie Vitali, a self-made billionaire and hitman/assassin for an Italian mob family and a private organization who lives a twisted lifestyle and tries to hold his family together by keeping them safe from unforeseen danger. He marries twice and shares children with both of his wives. His first wife never loved him. She only wanted the money. But his second wife, whose faith was strong in God, loved him through it all—hard and unconditionally.

“Carnegie” also suffers off and on, dealing with three mental illnesses: multiple personality disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and paranoid schizophrenia. The one that affects him the most is multiple personality disorder, which causes him to turn into someone else.

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