Isolation Junction
Clipped Wings
by Jennifer Gilmour

Born in the North East, I am a young, married mum with three children.  I am an entrepreneur, running a family business from my home-base and I have a large readership of other young mums in business for my blog posts.


From an early age I have had a passion for writing and have been gathering ideas and plot lines from my teenage years.  A passionate advocate for women in abusive relationships, I have amalgamated and fictionalised other survivors experiences alongside my own to write my first novel detailing the journey of a young woman from the despair of an emotionally abusive and unhappy marriage to develop the confidence to challenge and change her life and to love again.  I hope that in reading my book, I will raise awareness of this often hidden and unseen behaviour and empower women in abusive relationships to seek help for themselves and find the confidence to change their lives.

The Right To Be Me- Review

I have gotten to know Stella Eden over Twitter over the last half a year if not longer. We both have passion to bring awareness to domestic abuse and involve ourselves in the sector. I was delighted to receive a signed copy of her book The Right To Be Me....

My abuse, my journey, my mental health and going forward

*** Trigger Warning *** Before you start reading- this post contains sexual abuse, ritual abuse and physical abuse.   Hi. My name is Michelle. I am a 39 year old woman who has been abuse free for just 10 years of my life. My ritual abuse started at around...

A Perfect Moment?

I am delighted to be reviewing a different kind of book for you all today and have a giveaway for the cutest pocket journal ever! I am thankful to Ali Gill for giving me the opportunity to share this with you all especially as I write lots of negative...

Nominated for Most Informative Blog Award- @BloggersBash

Yesterday I went out for the day with my husband and children, whilst in the car I received a tweet from one of my author friends and I was a little confused as I had no idea what she was talking about. Here is the tweet: I clicked through to have a look...

Hal and the End Street Review

I am delighted to have backed Hal on the End Street on the Kickstarter Campaign. I usually blog her about domestic abuse and if I alter from this line I have a good reason. Hal on the End Street is about an autistic teenager who and it is illustrated by...

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