• Interview With Isabella Grosso, Author Of Natasha’s Not My Name

    Interview With Isabella Grosso, Author Of Natasha’s Not My Name0

    Introspective, unapologetic, and brave, Natasha’s Not My Name is rooted in a desire to share in heartache and success with other girls on a journey of self-discovery. It is inspirational reading for all women. The author Isabella Grosso talks to Book Glow about her memoir. Describe the memoir in one sentence. Natasha is about saving

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  • 5 Must-Read Books For Survivors Of Childhood Sexual Abuse

    5 Must-Read Books For Survivors Of Childhood Sexual Abuse1

    These guides and true stories from survivors are must-read books for survivors of childhood sexual abuse. 1. Spilled Milk by K.L. Randis “Brooke Nolan is a battered child who makes an anonymous phone call to social services about the escalating brutality in her home.When they jeopardize her safety, condemning her to keep her father’s secret,

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  • Natasha’s Not My Name By Isabella Grosso With ML Bordner | Official Book Trailer

    Natasha’s Not My Name By Isabella Grosso With ML Bordner | Official Book Trailer0

    No more hiding. No more lies. Just truth. Natasha’s Not My Name by Isabella Grosso with ML Bordner introduces readers to the complex underground of the strip club industry from the perspective of a sixteen-year-old. Groomed by her cousin, supported by older dancers, and paid by strangers, this memoir follows Isabella Grosso’s adolescence and young

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  • 5 Must-Read Memoirs Written By Women

    5 Must-Read Memoirs Written By Women1

    Strong, powerful, compelling, and inspirational, you will not soon forget these 5 must-read memoirs written by women. 1. Wave by Sonali Deraniyagala “In 2004, at a beach resort on the coast of Sri Lanka, Sonali Deraniyagala and her family—parents, husband, sons—were swept away by a tsunami. Only Sonali survived to tell their tale. This is

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  • 5 Of The Best Books About Dance And Dancers

    5 Of The Best Books About Dance And Dancers0

    “Dancing is creating a sculpture that is visible only for a moment.”—Erol Ozan. Learn about the performing art form of dance and those who practice and perform it with 5 of the best books about dance and dancers. 1. Dancing on My Grave by Gelsey Kirkland “An American ballerina presents a story of the high-pressure

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