Usually, the author’s way to success is getting praises for the book he/she is writing but some books aren’t just stories, they are the author’s life written in words. Words that need support, not praises. Words that need love, not pity. Today I present to you a woman who fought her way through physical and mental abuse and strengthened herself, started a campaign against the world. Standing against the world takes courage and she has it. Today I take my time out to salute her for her bravery, her courage, her life’s struggle. So join me and allow me to take you through her journey of struggle and fight.
Hello and welcome to my blog; Magical BookLush.
Today, let me take you through a really painful yet inspiring journey of a writer, actor, director and producer who has started a drive against mental and physical abuse.
So let’s start, shall we??
First, let me introduce you to the author through her biography.
Suzanne Seddon’s Biography.
Suzanne Seddon was born in 1968 in Islington, London. After leaving the school she had many interesting jobs, from swimming teacher to the air hostess, and was able to travel the globe. Now a single mum to her teenage daughter Poppy-willow, Suzanne spends her days writing and has written several articles for magazines and newspapers.Growing up, Suzanne witnessed mental and physical abuse within her own family which strongly influenced her when she wrote her first play, A Fool’s Circle when she attended the famous Anna Scher Theatre. Suzanne, however, was not content to leave it there and decided to go ahead and transform her play into a novel. Not one to shy away from exciting challenges, she also wrote, acted, directed, cast and produced a trailer for the book around her hometown in Islington with the support of local businesses, who recognised the drive and importance of Suzanne and her work.Suzanne is a passionate writer and she is determined to be heard so that the issue of domestic abuse israised among the public’s consciousness, empowering others to speak out. She wants those who suffer at the hands of another to have their voices heard, loud and clear.Taken from Goodreads.
How I met her?
Recently, Suzanne Seddon started a book blitz where she was giving away free stuff. I was bombed with posts of her book in my WordPress feed. Something like 5 back to back posts of her book. I was intrigued by the story and decided to try out.
I wanted the first price of the giveaway that was a signed copy of the book as I love reading printed books more than ebooks but I won second prize, a free ebook.
She contacted me about 2 weeks back congratulating me for the win and I was excited, the book looked so interesting. I had a good chat with her and found out about her background.
Suzanne is a lovely woman, she is a pearl (because I love pearls😁) well I found out about her past life and her struggle, she told me about the drive she had started against domestic abuse. I was very impressed and interested in joining it. I decided to promote her book and the drive on my blog and when we had a little more chat.
She sent me a draft of her upcoming magazine article. I am not lying, the story of her life at first made me cry and then showed me what a true fighter means, what love and sacrifice means, what pain truly is.
She wanted to produce her film but instead wrote a book and dedicated it to her mother, she is a proud mother of her daughter Poppy. She is a beautiful, brave and courageous woman who shows the world that we shouldn’t back off just because we can’t fight a problem, we should fight it and stand up against it.
Suzanne is a great lady whose story truly inspired me to continue writing about body shaming even if people don’t support it. The least I can do is not back off but fight it alone.
I am greatly pleased and honoured to chat with a writer like her.
Why I am writing this post?
I am writing this post in the honour of talking to a brave lady.
I am writing this post to promote her drive against domestic abuse because she doesn’t want other ladies to go through what she endured in her childhood and until 40 years of her life. She wants women to stand up and fight it and I want to help her with it.
I am writing this post to inform you that in this NOVEMBER’S HAPPIFUL MAGAZINE EDITION, SUZANNE’S ARTICLE WILL BE PUBLISHED. and I want all the people out there to read it. It’s not a request, it’s an order.
As a body-shamed victim, you think your life is hard and you want to die. Look at Suzanne’s life struggles with a small daughter and you will find out that your life is very easy. I am not saying that body-shaming is not a big deal, but i am telling you to stop backing off and thinking about suicides and start fighting.
Suzanne fought through all the problems in her life including domestic abuse, can’t you try and fight against body-shaming??
HAPPIFUL MAGAZINE’S NOVEMBER EDITION, remember these words and read that magazine. Support her fight against domestic abuse and encourage yourself to fight against your problems.
People, our lives are too short to cry on problems.
Don’t cry it, be a rockstar and go fight it.
That’s it for today. I am writing it again;
Suzanne Seddon’s article is coming in Happiful Magazines’ November Edition, please please please read it. We all need to learn from her.
Comment and tell me how you feel about domestic abuse, share your opinions with me. I will be glad to talk to you about these topics.
Use #getlostbodyshamers to tell me your experiences on body-shaming. Follow this lovely lady and support her. Learn from her and read her novel, The Fool’s circle.
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