Author Interview at Christmas

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I’m so excited to be hosted by Don Massenzio today on his site at 

https://donmassenzio.wordpress.com/author-don-massenzio/blog/

Thanks for all your support this year. There’s still time to treat a student to a book!

Peace and joy at this wonderful time of the year.

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Good News! My Novel gets a plug

Huge thanks go to Denise Powell, Founding Editor of the Voices Project. It is a website featuring women: ‘Front line experts on combating global poverty agree
that when you empower a woman
you empower a family,
a community,
a nation…’

Here she has published the first page of ‘What If I Go’ novel, in an attempt help me to raise awareness of exploitation and how to spot the signs of controlling men. 

On her site the novel extract sits amongst amazing poetry and prose written from the heart. She has a passion for promoting human rights through storytelling, which I admire greatly. Check it out here-

http://www.thevoicesproject.org/poetry-library.html

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It’s not #Wordless Wednesday after all!

Review of a similar story-The Bigger Fish

This short story mirrors my own, What If I Go? It is suitable for a younger audience if you find my novel too challenging this will more subtly warn young adults onward of the dangers of taking hard drugs.

It also raises awareness of the sensitive topic of sexual exploitation within a short story.

The book is called ‘The Bigger Fish’ by Magdel Roets see

http://amzn.to/2q3fFoh

I highly recommend this empowering quick read. Happy Reading!

 

Book Review/author contribution

My heartfelt thanks for having me go to Lisa at-

Rambling Lisa’s Book Reviews

She’s looking for more writers to contribute to her guest post. She also loves poetry so, if you are like me and need to find your readers then why don’t you check out her site below.

http://bit.ly/2ry9e8Y

Unfortunately the sexual exploitation of girls like Grace in What If I Go? are based on true stories recently televised on the BBC in the UK. See this weeks Three Girls drama series and the newspaper report following the showing here:

http://bit.ly/2qydd7D

Stay safe! Raise awareness.