Letters From A Whoremonger's WifeToday, Letter’s From A Whoremonger’s Wife became available on Kindle: http://www.amazon.com/Letters-Whoremongers-Wife-ebook/dp/B00ATDUE72/ref=sr_1_2?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1356562072&sr=1-2&keywords=letters+from+a+whoremonger%27s+wife

I thought I would pass along a couple of comments from readers who have purchased and read the book in paperback.  Thank you for your continuted support.

TCZ – Amazon December 08, 2012 The book is a true story of a horrific life brought on by a quite charming and handsome man on the exterior, with plenty of demons on the inside. It is a MUST READ!

Pam B. – Facebook December 08, 2012 Danita, Unable to sleep, I have been up most of the night. I sat down and started reading your book. It is riveting. It will be a fast read for me. I would keep on reading but I have to help at a garage sale this morning. Makes me think of, “what doesn’t kill us makes us stronger.” Friedrich Nietzsche God Bless!!!!

<strong>Barbara M – WordPress</strong> <strong> December 13, 2012</strong> I am not finished with your book, but I had to stop and express my thoughts. I am overwhelmed at what you and your children endured. Your ex husband is a monster. He’s evil and you are brave for sharing your life with others. It must have been difficult for you to reveal your pain to the world, but know that your book is doing good already. My daughter is in an abusive relationship, from this book, she is understanding the need to get out before more damage is done.

I have great admiration for you.

Mary P, private message December 13, 2012 Received your book today. Just wanted to scan it, now I can’t put it down. Wow!! Very well written. In the chapter Carnal Discoveries – shocking. I was so sad to see you leave Cheyenne all those years ago. Now I am thankful Crisco left so that my girls were safe from him (Crisco is back in Cheyenne). I have a whole new respect for you, Danita!

<strong>Deb C, private message</strong> <strong> December 22, 2012</strong> I’m reading your book, page 59, and my breath catches in my chest and tears roll down my cheeks, my heart hurts. I am so sorry. I too am a survivor and the sting of the abuse never leaves. Men who abuse women are cowards.