Author Uses the Expressive Power of Dance

Detroit, MI (PressExposure) August 14, 2009 -- Author uses her gift of dance to tell her story of overcoming domestic violence.

On Saturday August 22, 2009 Frances E. Elizabeth, author of Be Careful Who You Marry, will be using her gift of story telling through dance to educate women about the dangers of domestic violence. The event is apart of the Outdoor Super Mega Fest event put on by the Joy Of Life Christian Ministries.

Frances E. Elizabeth’s story is unique in that she knew the warning signs of abuse from watching television programs, attending seminars, and vowing never to enter into an abusive relationship. With all of her academic education and self-awareness Frances still became a victim of domestic abuse.

Frances E. Elizabeth’s message is relevant even for an event such as this because she wishes to touch the lives of the parents, youth, and community in attendance. Anyone with a listening ear will be able to take Frances’ message of freedom and surrender to heart. Even through all of her hardships Frances is still following her dreams of dancing, teaching dance, and promoting her book Be Careful Who You Marry.

For additional information on Frances E. Elizabeth and Be Careful Who You Marry and to obtain a copy of the book visit []

About Frances E. Elizabeth

Frances E. Elizabeth is the author name of a native Detroiter who obtained a bachelors degree in International Studies at the University of Michigan. She is a mother of one daughter. Frances E. Elizabeth uses this name to stay anonymous while telling her story. This is her first book.

Frances E. Elizabeth, Author
Be Careful Who You Marry

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