Wednesday, February 18, 2015

A Life Less Broken Sales Blitz/Giveaway!

Title: A Life Less Broken
Author: Margaret McHeyzer
 Release Date: May 8, 2014

On a day like any other, Allyn Sommers went off to work, not knowing that her life was about to be irrevocably and horrifically altered.

Three years later, Allyn is still a prisoner in her own home held captive by harrowing fear. Broken and damaged, Allyn seeks help from someone that fate brought her.

Dr. Dominic Shriver is a psychiatrist who’s drawn to difficult cases. He must push past his own personal battles to help Allyn fight her monsters and nightmares.

Is Dr. Shriver the answer to her healing?

Can Allyn overcome the broken?

Contains distressing content. Only suitable for 18+. Standalone.

I hate to write that I enjoyed a sad story. But I knew this book was going to pull my heart strings as I am an emotional reader anyways. Margaret McHeyzer keeps the story moving, although it does slow down before the half point, the reader is very well aware of why. 


I do like reading books that have a strong element of truth to them. There have been many occurrences of kidnappings and to be able to read a book that reflects that truth, well, is really important. Not everyone is going to want to understand or care for the reality yet, this book outlines it in detail for the reader. I appreciate an author that gives this truthful element to her readers. I rate this book 5 stars and recommend for readers that enjoy the element of truth!

ONLY 99c


**Bound by custom or unique by choice.**

There's something about the written word that's pure magic.

Possibly it's the fact that there are 26 letters in the English alphabet, and they can create something so beautiful or so empowering that they're able to change our lives.

How important is it that we break suit and stretch our minds?

I like to think of myself as 'unique'. My stories aren't for everyone, and sometimes I may push what you believe to be 'normal'.

Normal is subjective.

I prefer to be known as a person who's never been 'bound by custom' but is 'unique by choice'.

Until next time


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