CHAMPAIGN, Ill. (PRWEB) January 14, 2016
Author Lucille Summers believes that child abuse is a very serious issue in today’s society and sadder still is the fact that a large percentage of adults who have been abused choose to repress their pain instead of seeking help. In “Harmonica Blues” (published by Xlibris), the author creates a truly touching and eye-opening read on the pain of abuse and gaining the courage to face it.
“Harmonica Blues” tells the story of a young girl who was born to abusive parents and lived most of her life in poverty. She struggles against her difficult beginnings and tries to break free of the limits life has imposed on her. This inspiring read helps victims of abuse to fight back against the pain and reach their highest goals without any emotional baggage to weigh them down.
The story is based on real events and shows the amazing story of a girl who beat the odds no matter what. This book is dedicated to the victims of abuse and is written to show them that they are not alone in their struggle.
By Lucille Summers
Hardcover | 6x9 in | 236 pages | ISBN 9781514427736
Softcover | 6x9 in | 236 pages | ISBN 9781514427743
E-Book | 236 pages | ISBN 9781514427750
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Lucille Summers believes that everyone has a gift, and that everyone has a higher purpose. She also believes that there is more light inside of people than darkness, and that all have the power to do, and to be, whatever one’s heart’s desire, no matter what curve balls life throws one’s way.
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