Broken Voices, a book “that promotes reader understanding”

5 star rated Amaqzon.com5 Star Revew from Olga Gladky Verro, Editor of “Voices From The Past”

Broken Voices, a 5 star rated book about hearing loss and teenage angst
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“Orest M. Gladky recommends the book “Broken Voices” for reading to teenage girls. “Broken Voices” is a book that was needed to be written. As a former high school teacher I would have recommended this book to the school and town/city library. The author writes in a style that high school girls would understand and communicates to them the feelings of a handicapped girl with speech difficulty. It promotes in the reader understanding that could help them to accept and help the handicapped students to feel accepted as a friend.”

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Broken Voices by Winona Rasheed

  • Paperback: 68 pages
  • Publisher: New Line Press
  • ISBN-13: 978-1892851321

Broken Voices is available in print and ebook formats at Amazon and Barnes and Noble. For wholesale pricing, visit New Line Press or Baker and Taylor for print books.

About the Author

Winona Rasheed has a country town spirit though she lives in the Nation’s Capital of Washington DC. She is a dedicated writer and has been writing for over 20 years. Her first story was written years ago while attending junior high school. Her patience and dedication has begun to pay off. Her Career path in writing involves ghostwriting and editing manuscripts with her freelance writing and editing business, Dream Writers’ Essentials. She has also written freelance content articles for websites under businesses such as Authorme, Demand Studios and Quality Gal. For Winona, a day of writing is like a ray of sunshine on a cloudy day, it is uplifting and inspiring. It keeps the mind occupied and busy, and as a writer there is always something to do or work on. Winona in her spare time loves to blog, filling her pages with thoughts, writing tips, quotes, and entertaining words that inspire readers.

Follow Winona on Twitter @winonarasheed


2 thoughts on “Broken Voices, a book “that promotes reader understanding”

  1. Reblogged this on Catherine Burr and commented:

    Broken Voices, originally published by New Line Press, now published by Sugarberry Press, is a book that delves into the teenage years which are hard enough, but when you add a disability to a teenager, who desperately wants to fit in; what transpires is a true learning experience. Broken Voices by Winona Rasheed, a five star bestselling young adult novel. Check it out today.


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