For a limited time (Sunday 3rd March to Wednesday 6th March) an electronic book version of Bureaucrazy, normally priced at US$5.99 will be available to the public as a free download at Smashwords: http://www.smashwords.com/
While suicide is a very delicate, sad and serious issue, B.M.Whitton has given it a humorous twist in an aim to get people to talk about such an important issue. “Depression is a plague nowadays and we need to do something about it now,” B.M.Whitton said, “before we lose more people for lack of awareness.” A high drama, high comedy story aims to lift spirits, gain understanding and provide hope for those suffering with depression, the devastating disease of loneliness. The book offers a truly unique perspective and a moving description of the inner world of a defeated human being that begs to be read in one sitting.
The book is also available to be bought directly from Amazon and will be available soon from other online store retailers such as Apple, Nook and Kobo.
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Born in Argentina, B.M.Whitton made New Zealand her home by choice. Bureaucrazy is her first novel and with it she aims to offer hope and a make a difference to people’s lives and with the help of humour get people talking about one of the biggest killers of this time: indifference. She lived for quite some time in Wellington, where Bureaucrazy takes place, and now lives in Matamata on the country side.
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