familiar Echo's ~fragmented~

Echo had been in a state of denial for decades; the whipping winds of change forced her to look deeper-below the surface of illusions. Inspired by haunting dreams Echo searches her fragmented memories of family dysfunction and layers of hidden turmoil that leads her on a journey to repair a spirit beaten by the blows of taunting events. Hoping to find a place of truth and accept life on its terms.

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About Evan Hawkins

Evan Hawkins is a new author with many life experiences to write about. She has lived her entire life in NYC *The Heartbeat of her home **Harlem** She has been educated in psychology and forensic counseling. Spending many years in higher education seeking to find answers to deeply embedded questions which came to her in whispers. This story told from the heart; from scattered and fragmented memories is written in that manner --her memories are fragmented and as she recalls some of her experience out of sequence the print was suppose to remain in italics indicating a scattering of thought which would come together midway through the book-- During editing the publisher was expected to leave incomplete thoughts in an italic font because by the end of the story all ideas, thoughts and retelling comes together.


familiar Echo's ~fragmented~ Images of NYC
The essence of familiar Echo's --just a feel for the relaxed feeling of story telling. Images that gives familiar Echo's a face. The book is available at wwww.eehawkinspublishing.com, amazon.com, Barnes & Noble, Borders--smashwords.com and maybe in a small shop near you! Blessings!

Although familiar Echo's discuss domestic violence, emotional violence, neglect, depression and more--"Echo's" offer insight into family dysfunction; questioning how the insidious nature of the victimization of humanity against inhumanity is a vicious cycle that MUST be broken!


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