Author Bri Lynette Book Signing Event
Author Bri Lynette will be releasing her first book, They Told Me to Love my Abuser, which is based on a true story and details the effects of being raised in an abusive home. Come out and hear her testimony and what inspired her to write the book. The first 50 people to RSVP will be guaranteed to have a book reserved and signed at the event. There will be a special performance by spoken word artists A Poet Named Superman and Tu Kool Tiff. You don't want to miss it! * Admission is FREE!!! * Light refreshments will be served * Books are $9.99 a copy (Cash and Card accepted) Book Synopsis: They Told Me to Love My Abuser is based on a true story and depicts the effects of growing up in an abusive household through the lens of a child, Angie. While attending therapy as an adult to deal with her dating relationship, Angie’s therapist, Dr. Mitchell, reveals that her issues stem from a deeper trauma. After a series of calculated questions, Dr. Mitchell determines that Angie’s relationship struggles are correlated to her violent and tumultuous past, which has been kept a family secret. Not realizing she has “daddy issues,” Angie becomes overwhelmed as she vividly flashes back to her childhood and relives the abusive events that shaped her. The story outlines Angie’s journey in dealing with her past, identifying her triggers, and self-reflecting on how past events shaped her self-esteem. Through the healing process, Angie discovers how to set healthy boundaries, build meaningful relationships, and love herself unconditionally. FAQs How can I contact the organizer with any questions? You can send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event? No. The tickets are to ensure that those who RSVP'd have first priority in receiving a signed copy of the book. If you don't bring your ticket, it's okay. However, you will be placed at the back of the line.
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