New Book Motherhood Interrupted Published

Former NOW member and Planned Parenthood volunteer releases a compilation of 16 abortion stories.
by Motherhood Interrupted | Source: Catholic.net
Centennial, CO (February 6, 2008) – Having a baby is a joyous moment for most mothers-to-be. For others, however, it represents a great change – a responsibility that they are not yet prepared to take. Though abortion is a choice women are free to make, the emotional burden after this action is often heavier to bear. In Motherhood Interrupted, author Jane Brennan, former member of NOW; Planned Parenthood clinic volunteer and post-abortive woman herself, shares stories of healing and hope after abortion that will bring to light the struggle women go through before and after making this choice.


Each child from the moment of conception has the right to live. Yet abortion ends this life before it has even barely begun. Witness as sixteen women come together to offer their personal experiences on how abortion affected their lives. These revealing stories underscore the impact of abortion on the individual, relationships and families. These courageous women overcome their shame and guilt to witness to the devastating aftermath of their choice. Through their stories, readers will understand that abortion is not the answer for women or society.

“Empowered and unified voices of experience speak dismissed truth into the darkest moments of child loss through choice. Forgiveness from the guilt of sin has birthed a new day of victory in secluded grief. “Motherhood Interrupted is a 'must read' for individual and corporate living beyond America's secret sorrow, abortion.” says Joyce Zounis, featured in the internationally released documentary, "I was wrong."

Motherhood Interrupted is available at www.xlibris.com. For more information visit www.motherhoodinterrupted.com.

About the Author
Jane Brennan, MS, has experienced abortion personally. A former member of NOW and Planned Parenthood volunteer, Jane has devoted her private counseling practice to offering post-abortive women a safe place to reconcile unresolved grief and loss. In 2005 Brennan received the Pro-Vitae (For Life) award from the Archdiocese of Denver, an award given to those who have shown tremendous support for pro-life issues. Brennan has also published several pieces regarding abortion’s aftermath on various websites. She is committed to providing women hope and help for the journey. She resides in Colorado with her husband Kyle and four daughters.


Motherhood Interrupted * by Jane Brennan
Stories of Healing and Hope After Abortion
Publication Date: January 28, 2008
Trade Paperback; $17.84; 154 pages; 978-1-4363-0229-6
Cloth Hardback; $27.89; 154 pages; 978-1-4363-0230-2

To request a complimentary paperback review copy, contact the publisher at (888) 795-4274 x. 7836. Tear sheets may be sent by regular or electronic mail to Marketing Services. To purchase copies of the book for resale, please fax Xlibris at (610) 915-0294 or call (888) 795-4274 x.7876.

Contact: Motherhood Interrupted
http://www.motherhoodinterrupted.com  CO, US
Jane Brennan - Author, 303-617-7459


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