Empty Chairs by Stacey Danson
Much more than a story about child abuse

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Stacey Danson, lived through and beyond horrific child abuse. This book tells of her brutal beginnings, the streets of Sydney at the age of eleven were preferable to the hell she endured at home. She ran, and those streets became her home for five years. She was alone, ill, and afraid. Stacey also had an unshakeable belief that she would do more than just survive her life. She would not allow her future to be determined by the horrors of her childhood. She reached out for something different; there had to be more to life; if she could only find it. She had a dream of a life where pain and humiliation had no place. She was determined to find that life. Empty Chairs is the beginning of the journey. Now she is living the dream. (SEVERAL REVIEWERS OF THIS BOOK WERE SO RIVETED BY IT THAT THEY FELT IT WAS FAR TOO SHORT AT 228 PAGES. GOOD NEWS! THE SEQUEL - 'FAINT ECHOES OF LAUGHTER' - WILL BE RELEASED BY NIGHT PUBLISHING IN NOVEMBER / DECEMBER 2011)

About Stacey Danson

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Stacey Danson was brought up and still lives in Australia.She loves her life. She values and treasures the people she allows close. She laughs often.She writes.
Published January 21, 2011 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 228 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Parenting & Relationships. Non-fiction

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