Priscilla Rafdahl

Biography

Priscilla is a married (25 years) mom of 4 and grandmother of 4. She has been writing since she was a child, but this is her first published work. Priscilla's book series began as a child, when she was bullied horribly at the hands of other children and adults. She attempted suicide three times due to bullying. It was born in her mind when she friended a former bully of hers on Facebook. The friend first told her that she never expected to hear from her, and secondly, that she was sorry for the pain and bullying she put Priscilla through. Since then, there have been many suicides of children because of bullying. It is her wish that this book become an avenue for kids to see through the eyes of a bullied child, and read about the consequences of bullying. It is Priscilla's dream, that through her book, many lives will be saved, and the futures of her grandchildren will be bully-free.

Smashwords Interview

How has Smashwords contributed to your success?
It is great to be able to publish on PCs and all other eReader devices and tablets! It opens up a new way for me to get my book out to people who do not want to collect hardcopy books.
What is the greatest joy of writing for you?
I find writing cathartic! I can pull all my emotions into the character, and project those emotions within my writing.
Read more of this interview.

Where to find Priscilla Rafdahl online

Twitter: Jazadah

Where to buy in print


Books

Bullied: Journals of the Hurting Book 1
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Series: Journals of the Hurting, Book 1. Price: $7.99 USD. Words: 50,380. Language: English. Published: June 4, 2012. Category: Fiction » Young adult or teen » Thriller and Suspense
Polly is a 13-year-old girl who moves to a new town when her father loses his job and has to move to gain employment. Her best friend gives her a journal before they say goodbye, and Polly begins writing in it on her first day at her new school. Although she is filled with hope at making friends, she is bullied. When tragedy strikes, does she have the will to survive?

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