"The Ghostly Owl" - Newsletter
My name is Anita Wladichuk, and this is my Newsletter "The Ghostly Owl"!
I am the author of "Anastasia and The Ghostly Owl (The Choice Was Hers)". It is a story about child abuse. But I wrote it in a very poetic way, using metaphors. The painful details are there for the reader to discern quietly and thoughtfully. The story is about hope in the face of adversity written simultaneously. It has received very good critical acclaim.
One of the first things I am going to do is serialize my second book, “Anastasia and The Ghostly Owl (The Sequel)". "The Choice Was Hers" is about Anastasia's horrific childhood. It is metaphorically and inspirationally written. "The Sequel" is about Anastasia’s journey as a confused teenager moving forward into an independent adult. At times it is raw, but once again this story is inspirational.
Wouldn't it be nice if life served up a brief respite from struggle? Well ... yes, it would. Of course, we all know that's not the way things work. In "The Sequel," I am continuing to write in my unique style. It's about a woman meeting life, encountering hardship, and always looking towards the light. I want it to lift people up.
Tears to Trumph Interview
On Wednesday, March 9, 2022, I was interviewed by Darlene J. Clark from Tears to Triumph. Our conversation lasted almost 2.0 hours. We were joined by David. We talked about a variety of stories regarding child abuse but we also talked about steps we took to overcome and move forward in life.
I was interviewed by Carol Levine from the National Association of Adult Survivors of Child Abuse (NAASCA) “Stop Child Abuse Now” on Wednesday, March 2, 2022. We were joined by Michelle Bless. Our conversation lasted almost 1.5 hours. We shared experiences and stories about child abuse and coping with it. I think you will find it very interesting to listen to.
Women's Radio Interview
On Tuesday, August 24, 2021, I was interviewed by Pat Lynch of Women's Radio to talk about my books, "Anastasia and The Ghostly Owl (The Choice Was Hers!)" and "Anastasia and The Ghostly Owl (The Sequel)".
In the interview, I discuss writing and wanting to share my story. The stories are based on my own experiences of being an abused child.
My goal is to inspire more people and to encourage hope for teenagers and up.
Two Old Guys Interview Author Anita Wladichuk
In this episode of the Two Old Guys Talking podcast, we interview author Anita Wladichuk. She wrote the book, "Anastasia and The Ghostly Owl (The Choice Was Hers!)".
In this podcast, we talk about child abuse and family violence. If that subject is too intense for you, this episode is not for you.
February 6, 2021