Jo Anne Kaabar’s New Book ‘Exit the Hollow Moon’ is a Heartbreaking Memoir About Child Abuse

Jo Anne Kaabar, a child abuse survivor, poet, and feminist, has completed her new book, “Exit the Hollow Moon”:  a heartbreaking fictionalized memoir about childhood abuse.
Jo Anne writes, “Part of the story is a true memoir of a heartbreaking childhood because of a strangely abusive mother. There is a mother-child problem one can only call sensational because of its shocking dimensions. This story also is part of other true-life stories of women from dysfunctional families. The women are survivors. And they are complicated, juicy, compelling, and remarkably diverse.”
Published by Fulton Books, Jo Anne Kaabar’s book is part-memoir from the author’s own experiences as well as other women’s, blurring the lines between reality and fiction.
Readers who wish to experience this incredible story can purchase “Exit the Hollow Moon” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes & Noble.
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Source: Fulton Books