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Escape From Cell Block B - An Excerpt

Escape From Cell Block B - An Excerpt

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Published by Cheri McFarland
Escape from Cell Block B tells my story of escaping an abusive relationship, but this story peaks where most end – after I leave.

I’d like to share this excerpt (the book is a work-in-progress) with whoever would like to read, and if you have comments, even better! Instead of saying hope you enjoy (this isn’t that kind of read), how about hope you’re intrigued?
Escape from Cell Block B tells my story of escaping an abusive relationship, but this story peaks where most end – after I leave.

I’d like to share this excerpt (the book is a work-in-progress) with whoever would like to read, and if you have comments, even better! Instead of saying hope you enjoy (this isn’t that kind of read), how about hope you’re intrigued?

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Published by: Cheri McFarland on Oct 24, 2010
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Escape from CellBlock B
Excerpt from a memoirbyCheri McFarland
 
Escape from Cell Block B
 A Memoir 
 
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 An excerpt - by Cheri McFarland 
Introduction
 Escape from Cell Block B
tells my story of escaping an abusive relationship, but thisstory peaks where most end ± after I leave.I¶d like to share this excerpt (the book is awork-in-progress) with whoever would like toread, and if you have comments, even better!Instead of saying hope you enjoy (this isn¶tthat kind of read), how about hope you¶reintrigued?
Cheri McFarland October 2010
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.S. The artwork is mine.
 
Escape from Cell Block B
 A Memoir 
 
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 An excerpt - by Cheri McFarland 
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G
ive me this day, my daily latte. Thank 
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od he let me out of the house this morning towalk my baby Schnauzer the thirteen blocksdown Speedway Alley. Bailey took time to stopand socialize with her doggy friends while Irelished casual exchanges with near-strangers ± an exercise in sanity, or so I hoped.By he, I mean Warden
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us, the man whoguarded the prison cell I called home. I spentnearly three years wondering how to escape, for good this time. I had tried twice before. After living with him for five months I ran; withinhours he found me and dragged me back. Twoyears later I left him again. He invited me todinner and I accepted, with a sole objective to

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Glad to see that you've put your writing out there, Cheri. Oh ya, wanting to read some more.
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