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About the author:
Hayley Rose Horzepa has written for both online and print publications including The Huffington Post, Gender Across Borders: A Global Feminist Blog, The Republican-American, All Things Healing, and several others. She has appeared on BBC TV, Huff Post Live, The Geraldo Rivera Radio Show and others advocating for women's rights and speaking out about rape.
You can contact the author with any further comments or questions at HRH@HayleysComments.com
I Know Why They Call a Shell a Shell
Tales of Love Lost at Sea
Hayley Rose Horzepa
After nearly being murdered by a boyfriend, Hayley promises herself that she will never let a man abuse her again. She figures that making this change, from dating abusive men to normal ones, should be as easy as flicking off a light switch, but soon finds that even after she's made the conscious decision to no longer involve herself in unhealthy relationships, the rest of her has yet to catch up with that thought. Still caught up in the dramaturgy of her relationships' past, she sets off on an emotional voyage to discover how she ended up alone on the shores of coastal New England.
Told through the lens of the sea, each of the book's five sections chronicle the main character's journey away from tumultuous love affairs by weaving stories of her past with stories from literature, music, and visual art of both modern and classical significance.
The author, Hayley Rose Horzepa, has written for several publications both in print and online and has appeared on several national and international television and radio shows. Through her work and public appearances, she has spoken out on women's rights and advocated for victims of rape and domestic violence. She also writes a popular column, Hayley's Comments, that deals with navigating life and relationships after surviving domestic violence and sexual assault.
- Publication Date:
- Jan 17 2013
- 1470104350 / 9781470104351
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 6" x 9"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Biography & Autobiography / Women