Through The Fire: One Woman’s Experiences in Surviving Domestic Violence

Learn what it is like to live with abuse, and learn how to avoid being a victim.

Online PR News – 18-February-2011 – – Detroit, MI – Harriet Cammock released her 4th book, Through The Fire. Harriet takes you on an intimate journey with her as she is introduced to domestic violence. Harriet shares her blinded love, innocent assumptions, dreaded encounters, and fear-driven hopes, as she recaptures the essence of her painful memories.

Harriet experiences what no person should recollect. "That my heart was beating was a miracle, because I was so afraid that I could barely open my mouth to speak, much less to breathe and give oxygen to my heart. I didn’t know what he was going to do."

Through the trials, Harriet made a plan, and within THROUGH THE FIRE, you will witness Harriet's plan and root for her to accomplish that plan. "I would imagine what my future life would be like. I would imagine my daughter and I would one day live free from this horror…we would be free to do normal things mothers and daughters do."

One reader, Janet Shan, Founder of The Hinterland Gazette, writes, “Through the Fire is a must-read riveting recount of one's woman's courage and perseverance in overcoming domestic violence. It is an excellent guide to any one going through an abusive marriage or relationship and how you should break free.”

About Harriet Cammock
Harriet Cammock is a mother of two, and lives in Detroit, Michigan. She is also a radio host and a motivational speaker, reaching people on a global level. Harriet advocates for an end to violence and concentrates on helping women and children remove themselves from abusive environments.