"Switched at Birth" - Illustrated Book of Poetry Tells a Story of Abuse and … Hope
By: Strategic Book Publishing and Rights Co, LLC
Margaret Elaine Elgin wrote her latest book of poetry – with the evocative title Switched at Birth – because she "had more emotions to get out."
"A week after I was born, in Germany, a couple came up and kidnapped me. And they are emotionally abusive. Don't look at me that way! I don't know what they are going to do to me! I am embarrassed."
She exposes her true-life story of anguish, being abused as a child, and how she survived.
"I was kidnapped. I was used and I am being abused. I am scared and I am tired of this. I only recently found out that they're not my parents."
The author writes her feelings in poetic verse to help others survive and overcome abuse.
"I am proud that I am a good person in spite of this. And not just for some imaginary kiss. I have love. I have goodness. I believe. This is wrong. And I am not the only one to sing this song. We feel such pain It is hard to hold onto our bodies."
She hopes others can find "the joy of a quiet life. With no strife."
About the Author: Margaret Elaine Elgin suffered a recent stroke but finds refuge in writing. She has been a poet since early childhood. Originally from Los Angeles, she now lives in the Vallejo area of Oakland, California.
"Another book by Margaret Elaine Elgin is a reason to celebrate. Her most recent book of poetry covers all new ground. We are pleased to announce its release," said Robert Fletcher, CEO of Strategic Book Publishing and Rights Agency.
SWITCHED AT BIRTH (ISBN: 978-1-951530-