Author of 'When Angels Die' Donates Book to a Library in Denton, Texas
The author of "When Angels Die," a self-help guide to surviving a rape or another crime, recently donated a copy of the book to Denton Public Library's Emily Fowler Central Library in Denton, Texas. Caroline de Chavigny visited Denton April 5 to sign and sell copies of "When Angels Die" at North Texas Book Festival.
"When Angels Die" shares how de Chavigny, then a young single mother, saw her world forever changed when she was raped and left for dead in her own home in July 1993. She survived, but de Chavigny and her children suffered scars that took years to heal.
"When Angels Die" offers hope to those living with fear because of a crime. The book is a guide to regaining control, said de Chavigny, who spent many years searching the correct professional therapy for her family.
"It's so difficult for anyone who has been a crime victim to know what to do and how to deal with the flood of questions and fears that surface," de Chavigny said. "It takes time, but it's possible for crime victims to become crime survivors.
"I dedicate the book to those in transition."
The book, published by Banney House Publications, also is available at www.CarolinedeChavigny.com and www. Amazon.com.
About Caroline de Chavigny
Author Caroline de Chavigny was born in Montreal, Canada, and has a bachelor's degree in business. Through her latest book, "When Angels Die," de Chavigny aims to share how she overcame post-traumatic stress disorder after a vicious criminal attack, and she offers hope to others facing their own transitions from crime victims to survivors.
Her desire to help others also led her write children's books, including "A Sparrow's Sad Song" and "Merry Birthday." Her style of writing comes straight from the heart.
All of de Chavigny's books are published by Banney House Publications. To order any of de Chavigny's books, go to www.CarolinedeChavigny.com or to www.Amazon.com.