INDOOROOPILLY, Australia (PRWEB) February 04, 2016
Author Angela McFarlane was inspired by a woman named Karina who experts told repeatedly was the worst, not the first, to live with this type of domestic violence. According to them, what she wanted to achieve was impossible. Her children were never coming home. She was crazy to think that they would. Karma is what happened when Karina proved the experts wrong. McFarlane shares Karina’s story in “karma” (published by Xlibris AU) because she wanted to write a story about domestic violence that was different to any other.
This book tells a story of love between a man and a woman, a love a mother has for her children and the Heavenly Father’s love for a particular woman. She is a mother of four children who lost everything, but in the end, lost only time.
“Domestic violence affects one in three families,” McFarlane says. “It does not discriminate between race, religion, age or social status. There are in fact waiting lists in mental health clinics and the courts to help the numerous women and men who live the life Karina lived as the good Christian wife. Domestic violence will not go away. We have to make it stop.”
“karma” is the story of what one woman did after she was told she was definitely crazy and it was dangerous for her children to live with her. It is what happened when she took on the psychiatrists and the courts to prove that there was nothing wrong with her and that it was all in her husband’s head.
By Angela McFarlane
Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 228 pages | ISBN 9781514442524
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 228 pages | ISBN 9781514442531
E-Book | 228 pages | ISBN 9781514442548
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Angela McFarlane lives in Queensland with her husband. She is passionate about making the most of life and the opportunities it brings. She graduated from The University of Queensland, St Lucia, Brisbane in 1993 and is completing post-graduate studies in psychology. Her past-times are anything that includes family, food and fun. Her reason for writing ‘karma’ is to tell a story about domestic violence that’s different to any other. She hopes to use it to inspire communities to build a place for families to go so they can make better lives. When their world explodes, they have somewhere to go until the dust settles. They have to have more options than fire or frying pan. They should be able to choose life.
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