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Current social worker, Meg Duly, discusses societal issues in new romance novel

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Children of poverty and abuse deal with so many physical and mental problems and I thought it was important to include those struggles in my book.

Poverty, drugs, prostitution, and race are four things that have lingered around our world for a long period of time. Why are individuals ceasing to not bring up solutions or even discuss the turmoil that is haunting our nation? How are these issues truly affecting our nation?

New author, Meg Duly, currently works full-time as a social worker and often deals with the aftermath of drug abuse, child neglect, and poverty. Due to consistently seeing the hardships that many of her clients go through, she was inspired to write a book from her experience.

“I wanted to tell the world about the harsh realities I see in my line of work,” Duly said. “Children of poverty and abuse deal with so many physical and mental problems and I thought it was important to include those struggles in my book.”

Throughout Meg Duly’s “The Other Side of the Song,” important themes such as poverty, abuse, and neglect are weaved into the love song of her two main characters that are struggling with overcoming the challenges of their new and strange love.

“This is a love song in which two worlds come together,” Duly said. “One of fame and fortune on Nashville’s country music stage and that of children thrown away by society.”

Duly’s love story is one of fame meeting misfortune and captures the struggles of real world events and examples.

For more information, visit http://www.theothersideofthesong.com.

“The Other Side of the Song”
By Meg Duly
ISBN: 9781503594197
Available in softcover, hardcover, e-book
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and XlibrisUS

About the author
Meg Duly lives in Lilburn, Georgia, with her husband. Duly has a degree from the University of Georgia and is one of two behavioral health counselors at the local Stone Mountain pediatric office. Duly enjoys helping underprivileged families and children and creating better and safer environments for them. “The Other Side of the Song” is Meg Duly’s third book.

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