What Mothers Tell Their Daughters: And Why They’re Not Always Right

A9781925635171uthor: Beryl Webber
Epub ISBN: 978-1-925635-17-1
Mobi ISBN: 978-1-925635-18-8
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About the project
We worked with Beryl on this book starting from a manuscript assessment, providing her with suggestions of how to improve the book. We then completed a line edit and followed up with a proofread before progressing to the ebook conversion stage. Prior to conversion, we designed the cover of Beryl's ebook. The ebook was converted based on the Word document and we aggregated it to Kindle (first enrolling it in Kindle Select for a period of 90 days), Kobo, iBooks and Google Play Books.

About the book
What your mother tells you as a young girl may not be relevant by the time you finish your education. Society is changing and the past gender values your Mother lived by are falling by the wayside. We need strong educated women in our society to protect women and children living in a cycle of poverty as men are no longer the head of the house as previous generations were. We as a society need to work together regardless of who we are, where we live or our cultural influences so all people benefit from living in our society.

About the author
A registered nurse and living in Townsville. Have spent many years nursing in remote areas and have seen the effect domestic violence and lack of education has on women and children so they remain living in a poverty cycle. I encourage education and tutor nurses as educating women is the key for the next generation of strong women.

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