Welcome back blog readers,
After much thought and deliberation, I thought I would push myself out of my comfort zone and offer to be interviewed as a way of self-promotion and raising awareness when it comes to childhood sexual abuse.
When I say interview, I’m thinking more of an online/virtual sense, not putting a camera in my face with a studio audience because I don’t do well under that kind of pressure.
If you are conducting research about childhood sexual abuse and want to talk to an adult survivor, I am open to sharing my story and answering your questions.
If you’d like to interview me for your blog or maybe a podcast, I am open to that as well.
Anyone interested, please feel free to contact me here by leaving a comment on this post, on my facebook page or on Twitter where this post is published.
Thank You for your consideration, I look forward to working with you.
Starting Saturday, March 16th and ending Sunday, March 17th!
Free Kindle e-book available for a limited time!!!
My last Free Promotion lead to 37 downloads, let’s see if we can break that record!!
Any reviews and ratings can be left on the Amazon platform to which you received your free copy and also on Goodreads. Please feel free to share this on your social media pages.
Free Kindle weekend starts Saturday, March 16th and ends Sunday, March 17th. Any sales made before or after this promotion are appreciated and 25% of the proceeds will be donated to RAINN, the nation’s largest anti-sexual violence organization. Not only are you helping me to raise awareness about childhood sexual abuse, you are also helping other survivors with each purchase. Thank You!
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