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Anna, Wake Up

Length:
32 pages
33 minutes
Publisher:
Released:
Sep 28, 2009
ISBN:
9781452336121
Format:
Book

Description

Have you ever reached a point where you’re tired of feeling alone, scared, trapped in the hopelessness of a toxic relationship?

Well, that’s my life. I’m stuck in this house, trapped in this life. I thought things would get better once my father died, but I was wrong. Allowing my boyfriend to move only made matters worse.

I spend each day cooking and cleaning, utterly dependent on my alcoholic mother and crazy boyfriend. With each day that passes, I feel more and more hopeless, and I’m scared this cycle of misery will never end.

My father abused my mother, and now my boyfriend is abusing me. Do I accept that this life is my destiny? Or is there a way out for my newborn son and me?

If you liked the suspense of Sleeping with the Enemy by Nancy Price or the bravery shown in Stephanie Land’s The Maid, you’ll enjoy the short story, Anna, Wake Up.

Will I bend till I break, or will I find enough courage to break free? Click the CHECKOUT button at the top of the page to find out.

Publisher:
Released:
Sep 28, 2009
ISBN:
9781452336121
Format:
Book

About the author

Information Professional and Author who enjoys writing contemporary fiction that touches on sensitive issues (toxic relationships, spirituality, self-discovery). ‘Anna, Wake Up’ was described as “unique,” “raw,” and “surprisingly dark.”She also enjoys creating attractive journals, planners, and printables to help others stay on task, achieve their goals, and heal through journaling.Her blog topics include home and garden, travel/road trips, personal musings, and magical manifestations.



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