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The author of the book: Charlotte Vale Allen
Date of issue: July 1st 1993
ISBN 13: 9780385419451
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 446 KB
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This book was a hard one for me. Because of being a survivor of a domestic abuse like in this book it didn't start until after my daughter was born. And in some twisted way thought I deserved by not doing as I was told to do. I suffered in silence for 5 long years he hid the bruises and trips to the doctors so no one caught on and I didn't say anything out of embarrassment that I couldn't take care of my family right that I had to be punished. When I looked into my exhusband eyes that last fight I knew if I didn't run he would kill me. I ran for 6 years. I'm so much happier and am proud how far I have come. I can now look back and not be utterly terrified and be able to relate to books that would have once scared the daylights out of me or simply burst into tears. 5 years married to a silent monster took me 5 years of therapy to relearn healthy behavior if you are in a situation like this or even think someone your with has any of these issues run now it won't go away or get better until act just leave.
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Read information about the authorCharlotte Vale-Allen was born in Toronto and lived in England from 1961 to 1964 where she worked as a television actress and singer. She returned to Toronto briefly, performing as a singer and in cabaret revues until she emigrated to the United States in 1966.
Shortly after her marriage to Walter Allen in 1970 she began writing and sold her first novel Love Life in 1974. Prior to this book's publication she contracted to do a series of paperback originals for Warner Books, with the result that in 1976 three of her books appeared in print.
Her autobiography, the acclaimed Daddy's Girl, was actually the first book she wrote but in 1971 it was deemed too controversial by the editors who read it. It wasn't until 1980, after she'd gained success as a novelist, that the groundbreaking book was finally published.
One of Canada's most successful novelists, with over seven million copies sold of her 30+ novels, Ms. Allen's books have been published in all English-speaking countries, in Braille, and have been translated into more than 20 languages.
In her writing she tries to deal with issues confronting women, being informative while at the same time offering a measure of optimism. "My strongest ability as a writer is to make women real, to take you inside their heads and let you know how they feel, and to make you care about them."
A film buff and an amateur photographer, Allen enjoys foreign travel. She finds cooking and needlework therapeutic, and is a compulsive player of computer Solitaire. The mother of an adult daughter, since 1970 she has made her home in Connecticut.
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