TGIM is delighted to welcome #author Anna L. Bragga into its fold ahead of the release of her debut novella, Fractured. Anna is no stranger to TGIM as we have already published some of her work in our survivors’ anthology: #RemovingChains of #ChildAbuse compiled by Ark of Hope for Children, a human rights charity using a trauma-informed approach to serve victims and survivors through various programs.

Anna says: “This has all happened very quickly, and it’s really thanks to Blair Corbett, CEO of Ark of Hope for Children, who encouraged me to write a piece for their #RestoringHope project, that I was inspired to contact TGIM with a totally new idea of my own. I am excited at the prospect of seeing my first work of fiction in print and feel honoured to join the ranks of other survivor advocates, people whom I consider luminaries in the movement to end child abuse, bullying and human trafficking.”

We publish books not ranked in traditional circles in our industry. A genre we refer to as “Cathartic Literature” sometimes referred to as ‘misery lit’ category which is biographical in nature, and usually about the impact of traumatic events in childhood, and the impact of dealing with those experiences. 

As a publisher, you could say that Fractured fills the need for books about trauma and abuse with deeper meanings to them. Books that leave the reader feeling inspired. Like the caterpillar whose cathartic change becomes the most beautiful of butterflies, Anna’s novella will leave you inspired and changed. To stay in the know about the release of Fractured, sign up to receive our newsletter.

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