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Michelle Fiely Hiner
Michelle grew up in rural Ohio with a younger sister and many animals to include cows, sheep, horses, rabbits, cats, and dogs at one time or another. Michelle went on to a number of careers to include a law enforcement officer, volunteer firefighter and EMT and a Registered Nurse, and is currently pursuing a further education with plans to counsel victims of abuse and crime. Michelle enjoys spending time with her family and pets, volunteering at her childrens' school in a variety of ways, supporting her children in their many endeavors, photography, music, reading, watching the arts, crafts, and her church. Michelle still lives in rural Ohio with her husband and two children, whom are very dear to her.
Hope in the Storm
Hope in the Storm is a non-fiction book that tells what domestic violence is like from the perspective of a law enforcement officer, from the angle of a nurse, and from the angle of a victim. Hope in the Storm points out many forms of abuse, from the more subtle forms of emotional abuse to the obvious physical abuse. Although Hope in the Storm does not advocate any victim staying in an abusive situation any moment longer, it shows the victim who is not ready to leave how they can prepare themselves to leave and how friends can help them for that day.
A portion of the proceeds of each book sold will go to charity.
Sharon | 07/11/2011
This is a very good book that is hard to put down. It not only tells you about the violence that went on but tells you of the different types and the ways of freeing ones self from the violence. I give this book 5 stars.
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