Rebecca Evans: (A Dominatrix) Improved and Revised Edition

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AuthorHouse, Apr 2, 2010 - Fiction - 156 pages
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It's not until you lose your ego completely...

Completely...

That you can learn, not to hide behind it...

Rebecca Evans wonders...

What has the world come to, when my place maybe a better place than yours?  This fictional account shares the authors own experiences with the intention of giving the reader a true comprehension of the battered women's syndrome.

Evans hoped to create a character the public would find empathy for- but not necessarily admire. As an "anonymous" writer, Evans releases a drama that most people's predisposition towards prejudice would not qualify them to write about in the first place or to even look at and actually gain astounding perceptions, insight, and brave observations that lend voice with candor to an arduous topic.

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About the author (2010)

The author has been a Media Sensation twice in her lifetime. The 1st time her work got recognition was in print on a Magazine Cover that ended up on Movie Time Channel for a few years running during the 1980's. (Movie Time was purchased by Time Warner and is now E! Entertainment.) the second time the ratings went sky high was on the air in a weekly spot as Mistress Madeleine on the Peter Tilden Show with Tacy Milleron KMPC, Los Angeles AM.This "ANONYMOUS" WRITER has been sitting on this manuscript, waiting For The right time and range to release this difficult drama--a drama that most people's predisposition towards prejudice would not qualify them to write about in the first place (without a blue print, that is...)--or to even look at this particular situation and actually gain astounding perceptions, insight, and brace observations that lend voice with candor to an arduous topic.

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