READING WITH THE AUTHORS: Novel Delivers Powerful Messages about Domestic Violence #Thursday Book Feature

Good morning campbellsworld visitors.

Here’s author blogger Abbie Johnson Taylor with another fabulous book review.

Click on over, have a look, then keep clicking and pick up one or more of her books.

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2 Responses to READING WITH THE AUTHORS: Novel Delivers Powerful Messages about Domestic Violence #Thursday Book Feature

  1. Thank you, Patty, for re-blogging. you’re the only one who has liked or commented on this post. Maybe domestic violence isn’t a popular topic among my followers. Oh well, live and learn.

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    • Patty says:

      Abbie.

      Sometimes people don’t know how to manage even thinking about such a topic. Some are afraid to speak of it for fear of saying the wrong thing. Others don’t speak of it because it rings too close to home and others still just want to pretend it doesn’t happen.

      You’ve done the right thing bringing it to the forefront this month and I don’t say that because I’m a survivor or because I’ve written about it. I say it because it is the thing to do.

      Maybe your friends and followers are uncomfortable, maybe they’re out enjoying Halloween or maybe they just haven’t read yet. Either way, you just keep right on blogging about that which you feel you should and don’t worry about anyone else.

      That’s something I’ve had to learn.

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