I’d like to wish you a Merry Christmas and a Healthy New Year! Trusting that you will spend quality time with your family and friends and be strengthened during this important holiday. Have a special time. Please take time to read What If I Go? this season.
Don’t forget to let me know what you thought.
Every blessing, Polly
This is a work of non-fiction based on the life of Caitlin Spencer. She is so brave in writing this horrific true story of a girl’s life in the hands of sex traffickers, from 2017.
I read and was upset that this happened. I was shocked. I’m glad people are believing her, at last. But this is also an empowering story of survival.
I want to say, ‘I told you so!’ to those who questioned my book, “What If I Go?” Please download or buy these novels to spread the word about grooming and trafficking.
A recent article tells of this happening not so long ago in Huddersfield, Northern England. See the October 2019 newspaper report here – https://ind.pn/2CtXLzZ
What a shameful story. Let’s stop young people being preyed upon by empowering them to escape or run away to safety.
Yay! My Festival interview by Matthew Toffolo has been promoted to one of the best NEW stories of the month! Thank-you.
Film rights to raise awareness of women’s exploitation are quite another matter. Aren’t they? I’m thinking…
Who could be interested in going to see an empowering film lifting the lid on grooming? #me2
via Interview with Novelist Polly White (WHAT IF I GO?)
Thanks to Matthew Toffolo for caring enough to ask the right questions…
The historic exploitation and grooming of girls is being uncovered and dealt with in modern literature.
See the author and journalist called Sofka Zinovieff who has joined me writing about grooming in her latest novel, ‘Putney.’
Beware! It’s quite shocking. Together, we can tip girls off.
I’m excited about this recording of the exploitative action in ‘What If I Go?’ from the Wildsound Festival. Shameful action coming soon…
Don’t let your friends fall into the same trap. Download an ebook today and keep students aware.
This was in the Times today about taxi drivers in Birmingham. I feel that my research was accurate, I’m sorry to say.-
Taxi scandal: criminal culture in the Birmingham cab trade
Let’s be wise and spread the word to save others falling prey to criminal subculture.
Check out my authentic novel here http://amzn.to/2zD33rT
All we want to do is keep our children secure.
Threats from organised crime are growing in the UK. So stay safe by downloading my novel, What If I Go? for your new adult family members.
This is the proof
Have a great day!
Thanks go to Jessie Cahalin for placing ‘What If I Go?’ in her Handbag Gallery. The beach bag makes me anticipate the warmer weather.
I hope the read will be a balm resonating with readers who have personal safety concerns around relationships.
Short stories are back in fashion. What a relief! That’s where I cut my teeth.
There’s tell of a revival, so says last Saturday’s Times newspaper in the UK. Thanks Matthew Moore their Media Correspondent, I’m happy.
As students have their reading week and a new Semester dawns, it makes me wonder how many get chance to read beyond the wonderfully accessible short to extend their commitment to a novella or novel. The whole curling up with a good book idea is not too much of an indulgence. It just needs the clocks to stop, the phones to break and social media to go away…
Snow is on the horizon, so prayers might be answered.
If you haven’t taken a peek at my empowering novel check it out here.viewBook.at/Ebook