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Womanhood [Kindle Edition]

Peter Butler
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Book Description

What would you do? Your home-life has suddenly turned into a nightmare and you have become a lonely, silent victim. And you know it will happen again, and again... Just like any threatened being, you have just three options. You can take FLIGHT. You can FIGHT. Or you can accept fate, and FREEZE...

Choose! - But do it now!

For seventeen year old Lauren Hart this has just become her reality - Her life. Barely on the edge of WOMANHOOD she is forced to make decisions that will dramatically change and shape her life forever.
For Lauren - FREEZE - might appear to be her only alternative, but, to just accept what is happening is NOT an option. Her choices and decisions might astonish you, but her courage and fight, against overwhelming odds, will uplift you.

Life is too good, too full of promise, to not fight for it. But, get it wrong and WOMANHOOD might turn out to be an impossible dream.

Womanhood contains some adult scenes:

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5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic 22 Feb 2014
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This book does not seem like that of A beginner but we'll known author I will contact your site for further reading I am disabled and just starting to try and write I won't harness for help just tips brilliant book keep writing .

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Womanhood 12 Feb 2014
By Erika Hill
Truly a fantastic book! Had me hooked from the beginning, would love a second book to see where the story ends up....hint......hint lol

You might be surprised at what Lauren can do - I was.

Product Details

  • File Size: 828 KB
  • Print Length: 410 pages
  • Publisher: Peter Butler (February 1, 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00I74VR12
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Lending: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,237,250 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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5.0 out of 5 stars An entertaining and compelling read February 10, 2014
By Kathryn
Format:Kindle Edition
I really enjoyed this book and had a hard time putting it down. Lauren Hart makes for a likable and well drawn protagonist while the plots twists and turns kept me guessing all the way through. I would absolutely recommend this book to anyone looking for a good read
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5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic! Looking forwad to the next novel. June 5, 2014
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Love it, I couldn't stop reading! Kept me on the edge of me seat. you should check it out now
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More About the Author


I began my working life as a voice-over artist. Early on in my career I took a job with a T.V station as their Commercial Production Manager which had me writing, producing and, in a lot of cases, voicing the commercials we made. I loved my first toe-dip into writing but the lure of the immediacy and overall lifestyle that being a voice-over artist provided quickly won me over, and I soon became a full-time voice-over artist.

This choice exposed me to the written words of truly excellent writers and gave me a terrific appreciation of the importance of sentence structure. The way the words flow off the tongue and into the ear make a huge difference as to whether the message is received and accepted - or not. It is very difficult to make a poor script sound nice, but conversely, one that is well written just automatically sings and gives the reader (and listener) a bountiful choice of interpretation and color - and depth of understanding.

Believable, natural dialog and the description of action scenes are the areas that I consider most important in my novels. Setting is also very important, but I think many writers concentrate too much on that at the expense of true narrative. Finding the right balance is a never-ending challenge, but I would prefer my readers remembered my scenes and my story rather than an overly detailed description of the dress a character wore, or the cute house she lived in. This balance also involves the depth of emotion and feelings that the characters are experiencing. I intend to delve a lot deeper into the ephemeral area of human emotions and relationships in future books.

I've read what many other fiction authors have written in the "About the Author" section with dismay. I get the feeling many believe they are applying for a job. 'I'm a thirty-eight year old.. I grew up in a small.. I have two.. I studied at the University of.. - blah, blah, blah.'

None of that really matters. As a writer, I have a job already: - to entertain my readers. That's the minimum requirement. The ultimate achievement is to enthrall, beguile and compel them to want to keep on reading my words.

A fiction author uses words and order to create a sketch; a framework for the reader's imagination to fill-in and give color to an imaginary scene. Simply put, the author is trying to get you to visualize a story. I can't see how you knowing the author has a dozen kids and a PhD will help that process. If such things are important then I would argue that every convincing writer of murder/mystery would need to be a serial killer. It's fiction, it's 100% about enjoyment.

In case you're wondering I don't have either of the above... Now, go and read Womanhood and Garrett & Sunny and see if that information is useful.

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