This was a short, sweet, concise, and very lovely article, written over the weekend. Thank you so much, Oklahoma Writers&Authors:
(Here’s a brief snippet)
Ramsey describes herself as “very passionate about and dedicated to awareness — giving a voice to the silenced, silencing those who judge with no intent to understand.” Her efforts are beginning to be noticed.
The need but ever reshaped by modern stresses, gives her writing a reality and passion. “In my novel, Just Beneath the Surface: Landon’s Story, readers learn the pathology of the abuser.”
“Readers see that domestic violence does not always mean physical scars. It is also vital to me that those who are hurt do not fall into any particular category of race, personality, or social class. Many say what they would do if they were abused (mentally or physically) yet many do not understand that abusers are just as manipulative and ingenious as they are tyrannical; they chip away at their victim until he/she does not know who or where they are. It breaks my heart that people are critical and judgmental.”