Empty Chairs: Much more than a story of Child Abuse. Excerpt here.

Empty Chairs Amazon cover

Click on the link to read an excerpt of Empty Chairs. Before you begin, be aware that the content is not an easy thing to read. But then ‘Child Abuse’ is not a topic that is an easy thing to deal with.  This book, my story, has been called Inspirational, and life changing. I wrote it to keep a promise I made to an eight-year-old child who never tasted happiness. I hope that it helps people open their eyes and begin to understand the nature of the beast that is Child Abuse.




6 thoughts on “Empty Chairs: Much more than a story of Child Abuse. Excerpt here.

  1. This really exceptional book is one everyone should read, although as it’s author says, it is ‘not easy.’ Moving, gripping, and in the end a victory, it was clearly very hard to write, but written because ‘Stacey’ felt that it was necessary. Thanks you so much for writing it, dear Soooz.


  2. Thanks Gerry. The words need to be read, and the folks out there need to understand that there are no social boundaries when it comes to child abuse. the misconception still exists that this type of abuse only occurs in the poorer levels of society. That is a misconception that must be corrected.

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  3. I’m half afraid to click to read the excerpt, Soooz – even though I know I will. I’m on board with your mission – we, as a society, MUST protect *all* of our children, and awareness of the problem of child abuse is the first step.
    (Madelyn Griffith-Haynie – ADDandSoMuchMORE dot com)
    ADD/EFD Coach Training Field founder; ADD Coaching co-founder
    “It takes a village to transform a world!”

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    1. The book is harrowing, Madelyn. Most of my reviewers acknowledge that it was a painful and at times gut-wrenching read. I’m forever grateful to all those that reviewed it. Their kindness helped me move forward, and freed me enough to write book 2. Thank you for your kind words and your support.

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