The residents of Lakewood, CA have access to a number of different non-profit and faith-based organizations. Some of those organizations are eager to promote literacy. Some of those organizations deal with emergency preparedness. Some of those organizations are pursuing efforts that could help with the continuance of one or more Lakewood marriage. It is that third group of organizations that is the primary concern for the writer of this article.
Among that third group of organizations exist some that cater to wives who have been beaten by their husbands. Other organizations focus on securing care for children who have been victimized by a violent parent. A few organizations deal almost exclusively with elder abuse, cases where the senior member of a family receives unfair treatment from younger family members. Any one of those problems could pose a threat to the stability of a Lakewood marriage.
All those family-oriented organizations need to provide their counselors and caregivers with adequate, up-to-date information. They need literature that could help them to answer the questions they get from area residents who seek to insure the stability of their own Lakewood marriage. Those organizations could benefit by learning from the experiences of other nonprofit and faith-based organizations, especially those that have dealt with domestic violence.
Fortunately there is in southern California a freelance writer who has initiated work on an e-book that could deliver information about those experiences. This woman was never a Lakewood girl, but she hopes that her e-book might one day help either the members of a Lakewood marriage or a troubled Lakewood girl. Her e-book would be directed at centers that treat victims of domestic violence.
Her e-book would allow the workers at such centers to have a ready answer to the many questions that come from the families that have suffered from the effects of domestic abuse. It would provide an answer to such questions as this "What is domestic violence?" and "What options are available for dealing with such violence?" Those are both questions that might be posed by someone who faces the obstacles caused by a violent Lakewood marriage.
The e-book which this southern California woman aspires to write would supply the centers around Lakewood with valuable information. It would guarantee to the trainers at those centers literature that could provide guidance concerning the problems raised by domestic violence. Once such an e-book had been written and made available to users of the Internet, then it could help to save one or more Lakewood marriage.
Unfortunately it takes time for all of that to happen. The writer of an e-book must also be a great marketer. The writer needs to make clear the benefits that the e-book will deliver to those who download and read it. Internet users are not apt to learn about an e-book unless and until it has been marketed properly.
Proper marketing for an book requires use of a persuasive phrase, a motivating statement. Only with the proper marketing does any e-book stand a chance of being noticed by the members of a Lakewood marriage.