Tag Archive | domestic violence

AUTHOR’S CORNER: Review of the Secret and More

Originally posted on Pattys World:
Good morning campbellsworld visitors and Bookworms everywhere. This morning I’d like to share with you a review and excerpt from Karen J. Mossman’s book The Secret. Before I leave you to read this well written review and all the other book info I’d like to take a moment to congratulate…

Loving Someone Who Hurts You

Originally posted on Hannah Howe:
Loving Someone Who Hurts You My novel Sam’s Song discusses the taboo subject of domestic violence. Many thanks to Sarah Fader for this guest post. Domestic violence is a serious problem that affects people of all races and genders. There are two parties involved in an abusive relationship, the abuser…

Twilight, Fifty Shades of Grey, and Why Women Repeatedly Put up With Abusive Relationships

Originally posted on Xao Thao:
Fifty Shades of Grey, the movie adaptation of E. L. James’ erotica, came out this past weekend, spurring millions of dollars in revenues and lots of reviews. I’ve always been vocal about my dislike of Fifty Shades of Grey and its predecessor, The Twilight Saga, which glorifies abusive relationships and…

Another Way To Look at 50 Shades

Another Way To Look at 50 Shades

GROWING UP MUCH TOO SOON

Originally posted on Barbara Ann Mojica's BLOG:
DOG BONE SOUP is not only the title of Bette A. Stevens’s debut novel; it ranks high among the paltry meals that the book’s protagonist, Shawn Daniels, wants to forget. Plodding through mounting snow and battling howling winds, Shawn is ready to leave it all behind—living in…

Book chat: ‘Big Little Lies’ by Liane Moriarty

Originally posted on write meg!:
When’s the last time you raced through a book like wildfire, so caught up in the story that you’re unable — or unwilling — to set it down . . . even if that means Mt. Laundrymore has grown in your bedroom and dinner just ain’t getting made? For me,…

“domestic violence is a disease” ‘Mine’&’Facade’ author @JanelleKahele Q&A

“domestic violence is a disease” ‘Mine’&’Facade’ author @JanelleKahele Q&A

Originally posted on Lit World Interviews:
Meet J Kahele Author Mother And a very nice Lady. I probably got the order wrong if you ask her.  RW: At the time of this interview your newest book is Facade but I asked you to discuss another book instead. The issue of domestic violence that I see…

Author Wednesday – Stacy Eaton

Originally posted on P.C. ZICK:
Welcome to Author Wednesday once again. Today I welcome new author friend, Stacy Eaton. Stacy and I met through Rachelle Ayala and the Romance in a Month class, but really became connected when both of us became a part of the romance box set, Heroes to Swoon For, which…

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