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Trevor Project benefits from book sales

Susan Parker a friend of The Trevor Project has written a new memoir titled Walking in the Deep End.  This is an authentic, sincere account of the difficulties she faced as an 11 year child navigating her way through a dysfunctional family, on through her college years dealing with depression and bulimia.


Kirkus Discoveries writes….  “Parker spent her college years using binge-eating as an emotional crutch and developed a serious case of bulimia, with which she struggled for years. The memoir’s last third is by far the most truthful and endearing segment, as readers meet the now-41-year-old mother Parker, in the process of a messy divorce triggered by the discovery that she is gay. Even in the face of endless challenges, the author remains optimistic, looking toward her spirituality to guide her through dark times. She shows a gift for storytelling, and as a result, the book is compelling and enthralling.”

On October 9, 2009 Amazon will have Susan’s book available. Anyone who orders a copy of the book this day will have the opportunity to designate The Trevor Project to receive a portion of the proceeds. Your purchase will automatically enter you into a drawing to win one of five autographed copies of the book as well as one of three writing journals.

The author will also be talking to readers via Sype, Twitter and Facebook.

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