Despite numerous efforts to solve a marriage, every person must do what satisfies his or her need for happiness.
Eau Claire, WI (PRWEB) May 11, 2016
In 2012, there were nearly one million divorces and annulments in the United States. Filing for a divorce, however, does not always equate to giving up on one another.
In “Freedom of the Butterfly,” author Beverly Peterson continues her first book “Love is Like a Butterfly” by furthering the paths of a woman searching for the true meaning of love and her controlling, misogynist husband who attempts to thwart her plans of happiness.
“Despite numerous efforts to solve a marriage, every person must do what satisfies his or her need for happiness,” Peterson said. “Each of us is in control of our own destiny and deserves to find love as well as self-love.”
Peterson wrote “Freedom of the Butterfly” after receiving many requests for a sequel to her first book because people wanted to learn how the characters paths’ developed. While working her resort, Peterson enjoyed seeing the similarities in people and incorporating their stories into her characters.
“The troubles and fortunes of my characters are inspired by stories I heard from people in my life,” Peterson said. “I hope that my characters connect with readers and inspire them to find the source of their own joy.”
Freedom of the Butterfly
By: Beverly Peterson
Available in softcover, hardcover, e-book
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and AuthorHouse
About the author
After retiring from ownership of a resort, Beverly Peterson was able to pursue her interest in writing. Since her retirement, Peterson has published three books, “Love is Like a Butterfly,” “Freedom of the Butterfly” and “Blessings and Healings.” Peterson lives in northern Wisconsin with her husband. They have three children and three grandchildren.
For review copies or interview requests, contact: Jade Schwarting