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The feeling that you are not good enough – Stop Bullying Campaign


0a0a28time290athere27sstilltime0atoenterthepuretrash0agiveaway0anovember10deadline21-defaultThere’s still time to ENTER the GIVEAWAY for PURE TRASH, The Story by Bette A. Stevens.

ENTER HERE: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/18326187-pure-trash

The feeling that you are not good enough – Stop Bullying Campaign


Please share… YOU CAN HELP STOP BULLYING! ~ Bette A. Stevens

AUTHORS PROMOTION

 

,,Shame is the most powerful master emotion.It’s the fear that we are not good enough.”

             ~PhD  Brene Brown

 

Today the author of Pure Trash, Bette A.Stevens wants her voice to be heard 

 

 

        Bette A. Stevens is a retired teacher living in Central Maine.

        Stevens is the author of two children’s books and  has written articles for ECHOES, The Northern  Maine Journal of Rural Culture based in Caribou,  Maine. Her release latest is entitled PURE TRASH,             The Story for the Middle-grade/YA/Adult audience which is a prequel to her upcoming debut novel is available in paperback and kindle versions. PURE TRASH, The Novel will be a coming-of-age story featuring Shawn Daniels, the short story’s protagonist. Find out more about the author and her book at

  www.Amazon.com/author/betteastevens

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New book gives readers a fresh, first-hand perspective on bullying


AUTHORS TO WATCH interview with Bette A. Stevens about her latest book, PURE TRASH, The Story.

PURE TRASH, a new short story by author Bette A. Stevens, offers readers and book clubs insight into poverty and prejudice in rural New England in the 1950s

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

PRLog (Press Release) – Oct. 24, 2013 – HARTLAND, Maine — PURE TRASH, The Story by Bette A. Stevens offers readers and book clubs an insights and pause for thought into what a child goes through living in abject poverty in a small town.

Read full PRLog press release at New book gives readers a fresh, first-hand perspective on bullying

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