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Saturday, February 23, 2008

Anastasia and the Ghostly Owl

Author Anita E. Wladichuk entered the workforce after graduating from the University of Western Ontario. She married, and in 1987, and put her career and educational dreams aside to raise two boys. In 2002, Anita returned to school graduating with a Bachelor of Education degree from the University of Victoria at Okanagan University College. Anita has been writing for years and finally decided to write her first book, Anastasia and the Ghostly Owl.

According to Anita, “I wrote and published a book on December 1, 2005 titled "Anastasia and The Ghostly Owl (The Choice Was Hers!)." This story is about hope, overcoming obstacles, and making choices in the face of adversity. More concretely, it is about
child abuse and how the protagonist, a young girl named Anastasia, comes to terms with it.

The purpose of this story is to reach out to as many people as possible, to present hope, to inspire, and to encourage those who have been unfortunate to have experienced unfair adversity in their life. I appear to have been successful in that goal.”

According to the book description, Anastasia and The Ghostly Owl “is about hope, overcoming obstacles, and making choices in the face of adversity. The purpose of this story is to reach out to as many people as possible, to present hope, to inspire and to encourage those who have been unfortunate to have experienced unfair adversity in their life.”

Visit her website for more information:
http://www.ghostlyowl.com/

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