Award-winning Writer Jake McGuire Unleashes Hilarious Memoir: “How My Heavenly Mother Saved Me From the Hellish Nuns”

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Wilmington, Delaware Jun 18, 2023 ( – Catholic schools shape students’ character by promoting empathy, kindness, and compassion. They encourage community engagement through student-led activities and volunteering, fostering positive contributions. However, opinions may vary among Catholic school-educated individuals regarding the extent of these values.

Jake McGuire, a renowned writer and photographer from Washington, DC, brings a side-splitting memoir to readers with his latest release, How My Heavenly Mother Saved Me From the Hellish Nuns.

In this book, McGuire recounts his misadventures in Catholic school and credits his mother for rescuing him from the clutches of the often “hellish” nuns who made his school days a nightmare. Prepare to embark on a laughter-filled journey as McGuire shares his unbelievable experiences with nuns who had an uncanny ability to torment and terrorize their students. From being lifted by his ears to enduring ruler beatings for using his left hand and daily threats of eternal damnation, McGuire spares no hilarious detail.

While the book primarily focuses on his mother’s heroic stand against the nuns, McGuire masterfully weaves anecdotes that showcase her devilish wit and zest for life. Imagine her cruising in a dilapidated 1949 Woody Wagon, with mushrooms sprouting from its decaying sides. McGuire’s tales will have readers in stitches and provide a much-needed escape from reality.

How My Heavenly Mother Saved Me From the Hellish Nuns is the perfect holiday gift for anyone who experienced the joys and terrors of Catholic school education. McGuire’s recollections of his mischievous mother and her unyielding determination to keep her children safe from harm while imparting valuable life lessons through art and pranks are relatable and side-splittingly funny.

Get ready to relive your childhood memories as McGuire’s witty writing brings to life the unforgettable characters who left an indelible mark on his upbringing. From the rebellious nuns to the charismatic politicians and clergy members who dared to cross his mother’s path, McGuire’s memoir is a riotous celebration of resilience, creativity, and the power of a mischievous spirit.

Don’t miss the opportunity to delve into the world of How My Heavenly Mother Saved Me From the Hellish Nuns and experience the mirthful adventures that shaped Jake McGuire’s childhood.

Hear more about the book and the author. Listen in on Jake as he tells us more about the book in an interview with Emmy-award-winning host Kate Delaney in America Tonight.



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Book Title: How My Heavenly Mother Saved Me From the Hellish Nuns

Author: Jake McGuire

Publisher: 6th Arrondissement Press

Represented by: Great Writers Media

Published Date: October 5, 2020

Book Genre: Biographies, Memoirs, Biography

About the Author

Native Washingtonian Jake McGuire has been shooting photographs of our Nation’s Capital for more than 30 years. His stately photos have appeared in hundreds of publications, including airline and travel magazines, major newspapers, and endless brochures, calendars, note cards, and annual reports.

His fine art photographs decorate the walls of law firms, associations, government relations offices, aerospace and defense contractors, hotels, institutions, banks, restaurants, and agencies. Let McGuire decorate your organization’s reception area, conference room, offices, or even long hallways with gallery-quality images.

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