The Bane Bath Salts

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The Bane Bath Salts is a popular fictional short story based on real-life events about teen addiction—an innocent teen, drugs gone awry, a journey to adulthood and making difficult decisions. More

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Words: 8,320
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301382392
About Cheryl Holloway

Cheryl Holloway has many years of extensive experience in the journalistic and publishing arenas. She has earned the respect of her peers and the general public as an expert in media reporting in a number of states. She also worked briefly at the prestigious Smithsonian Institution Press. She has also been a Talk Show Host in radio and television in California, Ohio, Maryland, Indiana, Illinois and New Mexico. She took an early retirement from the Federal Government, which opened the door for a new phase of her life as a full-time writer and editor. Holloway is the author of two books, A Forgotten Negro League Star: A Personal Look at Al Burrows, and Lana’s Dream, a young adult historical novel. She is also the author of several short stories and is currently working on two ebooks. Holloway lives with her family in southern Maryland and northern California. You can also visit YouTube.com to watch the Cougar Tales video and "new" The Bane Bath Salts video by searching Cheryl Holloway Channel or Cougar Tales Series or The Bane Bath Salts. Visit her website www.CherylHolloway.net for information on new books and stories.

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Review by: Heather King on Oct. 15, 2013 :
I was surprised to find a story about teen drug use. Most people don’t talk much about drugs, but they are anywhere and everywhere. I had a sense of connection with Eve and I just couldn’t put the book down! The author writes on our level, so young people completely understand and I learned some things that I didn’t know. It should be a must read for teens and young adults. I think parents should read the book just to find out what they should do to prevent their teens from doing drugs!
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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