Book Pleads Victims of Abuse to Contain Today’s Staggering Statistics

In his eye-opening book, “Fear Bruised My Ear”, he calls upon the abused children and adults to speak and fight for their rights and freedom

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Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) October 09, 2012

The overwhelming statistics on abused children and adults every year has inspired author L.D. Giles, Msc.M., to pen Fear Bruised My Ear: But God Created A Poised Lady. This book illustrates a reality that has become rampant in today’s world. Here, Giles offers hope, inspiration and strength to those who have been enslaved by their own fears for them to make a difference in the society now.

This book is a daring revelation of a woman’s journey through abuse and healing. It reveals how Leneia breaks the long-kept silence and steps out into the light to tell her story. She was sexually maltreated by her stepfather – a respected member of a religious congregation. Not able to stand it much longer, she ran away from home. Running from her stepfather’s clandestine agenda, moralistic banishment by Jehovah’s Witnesses, and escaping her mother’s blind religious views have shadowed her life experiences. Ironically, she felt her battle for freedom was not yet over. Much of the time, she awoke from the past struggling in her present life. These are the times she began to write.

In Fear Bruised My Ear: But God Created A Poised Lady, Giles writes about past secrets, turning personal struggles into healing. Eye-opening, this book shares an important message to readers—“Do not to let fear rule your life.”

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About the Author
L.D. Giles, Msc.M., is an ordained minister/teacher of metaphysics, life coach, author, and poet.

Fear Bruised My Ear * by L.D. Giles, Msc. M.
But God Created A Poised Lady
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 278 pages; 978-1-4535-7443-0
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