Wednesday, April 8, 2009

CHILD ABUSE MONTH AT "BOOKSAREMYLOVE BLOGSPOT"



In the USA, an estimated 906,000 children are victims of abuse & neglect every year, making child abuse as common as it is shocking. Whether the abuse is physical, emotional, sexual, or neglect, the scars can be deep and long-lasting, often leading to future child abuse.

One young blogger is doing her own part by holding a “Child Abuse Month” on her blog. Her name is Ashley and you can follow all her comments at http://booksaremylove.blogspot.com

She reminded me of a guest I had on my blog radio program (http://www.blogtalkradio.com/Across-the-Pond) a few weeks ago…

Beth Fehlbaum, and her wonderful book, “Courage in Patience” . Since that interview I myself have been contacted by a few people stating how listening to Beth had made them finally realize the reality of what had happened in there lives. I know that Beth has already visited, and is supporting Ashley in her month long campaign


However there are plenty of other books out there, which equally tell stories of abuse.

'Society's Child' - http://www.societychild.com/

‘Divine Child’ - http://www.societychild.com/

Several others can be noted on Ashley’s blog page.

As the blog states…

What is Physical abuse?
Dictionary.com defines it as: to treat in a harmful, injurious, or offensive way.


Groups like “The Blue Ribbon Awareness Campaign” are there throughout the US to help stop child abuse.

So please visit http://booksaremylove.blogspot and show your support for what this young blogger is doing.




UP AND COMING EVENTS:


Saturday April 11th at 11am EST - “A BOOK AND A CHAT”

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/Across-the-Pond

My guest is multi award winning author Karen White who is on her virtual book tour this month with a fascinating novel “THE LOST HOURS”

Sunday April 12th - UK BLOG

This Sundays UK Blog will explain about “BOXING DAY” (December 26th)
http://acrossthepond-storyheart.blogspot.com/




Storyheart


Author of Young Adult Romance/Fiction book
Across the Pond
http://acrossthepond-storyheart.blogspot.com/
http://across-t-pond.com


2 comments:

  1. Thanks for all the links - for both the Child Abuse Month and your podcasts.

    Helen Ginger
    http://straightfromhel.blogspot.com

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