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Bullying was once considered a harmless rite of passage. Some were either bullied in school or they were the bully. What was once considered an acceptable practice has now been drawn into the limelight by the national attention of highly publicized suicides due to bullying.

Bullying can take on different forms. Bullying is not just a physical act but can also be an emotional, written, or verbal act as well. Bullying can take place in the workplace, school, online, and even while...

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Bullying was once considered a harmless rite of passage. Some were either bullied in school or they were the bully. What was once considered an acceptable practice has now been drawn into the limelight by the national attention of highly publicized suicides due to bullying.

Bullying can take on different forms. Bullying is not just a physical act but can also be an emotional, written, or verbal act as well. Bullying can take place in the workplace, school, online, and even while we are traveling in our vehicles on the road. Bullying is a form of abuse that has reached epidemic proportions in the United States and civilized nations across the globe.

When bullying goes too far, the end result is sometimes suicide. Suicide should never become an option. One life lost to this senseless way, is one too many!

Seven authors (Jo Davis, HD Hatcher, Omegia Keeys, Autumn Prince, Lisa Rusczyk, KJ Thompson, and Vogue) have joined forces to send one message. That message is, "You are not Unloved!" Unloved is an anthology dedicated to those who have been the victim of bullying, or know someone who has been bullied.

All proceeds from Unloved will go to charities in support of Bully Prevention and/or Suicide Prevention.

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One of the most horrific problems in schools today is bullying, not just in the high schools anymore but even in grade schools. What turns these children and the youth into bullies? At one time they were respected students and friends. People used to think being a bully was just a harmless prank, but it has now turned into a national problem. Almost every day in the paper or on the news, we read of a suicide that was caused from someone being bullied. Has some form of abuse turned a once sociabl
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780982820995
  • Publisher: Passionate Writer Publishing, LLC
  • Publication date: 1/11/2011
  • Pages: 176
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.41 (d)

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Seven authors (Jo Davis, HD Hatcher, Omegia Keeys, Autumn Prince, Lisa Rusczyk, KJ Thompson, and Vogue) have joined forces to send one message. That message is, “You are not Unloved!” Unloved is an anthology dedicated to those who have been the victim of bullying, or know someone who has been bullied.
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  • Posted April 28, 2011

    A Must Read for People of All Ages

    The first thing I noticed and liked about this book was that it had a thank you for reading page; I stopped to read it and liked the book a little bit more because the writers had acknowledge the reader.
    The first story, about two boys, take the reader back to the schooldays. The two main characters are Brandon, a boy with a bad home life, and Eric, Brandon's supposed best friend who receives regular beatings from Brandon. The author makes the situation so much more real than just an event occurring in a book, the phrase "home grown ass whoppin'" is used, the nasty expressions on the bullies' (Brandon and his father) faces, and the hurt and terror reflected in Eric's actions and facial expressions/emotions.
    The second story concerns a boy named Meech and the bully that encouraged him to end his life much too soon. Meech was potentially gay-at least that's what the students believe. The bullying occurred mainly at school, from being shoved into a vat of sour cream to having tobacco spit on Meech's clothing. The very sad part of the short story occurs when the bully acknowledges Meech's kindness in welcoming the bully to the school, his hopeful eyes, and how Meech gathered up the bully's homework when he was home sick. The trouble lies in Meech and the bully kissing, as much as the bully enjoyed the kissing, he couldn't handle the potential affects it would have on his life. The author creates this story by allowing the reader to see into the bully's head and experience as well as potentially understand what happened.
    In the next short story, an innocent sleepover goes very wrong. Greer, the main character, hated his nickname in school "Greer the Queer", his main desire in life is to fit in. During the sleepover, Greer comforts a boy named Randy who was picked on to the point of tears. Greer wakes up with his head on Randy's chest and his hand in Randy's hand as well as to cell phone cameras flashing and the jeering of the other teens. As Greer shoves away from Randy, Randy is badly hurt (physically as well as probably emotionally). A few horrible pictures later, Randy brings a gun to school to hurt his tormentors. The author show one possible consequence of bullying vividly and effectively.
    The anthology continues, accentuating the results of bullying from suicide to re-bullying to violence at school. The characters in each anthology vary from their viewpoints, some are friends of the bully or the bullies themselves while others are the victims. No detail is spared, the emotions of the main characters are high intensity and the characters themselves become very real to the reader. I would recommend this book to teens/young adults/adults in general, everyone should be educated about the effects and harm of bullying.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted January 28, 2012

    Wonderful!

    This was a wonderful collection of stories that tackles the tough topic of bullying. It's hard to believe that no one has ever encountered this, whether they were the ones being picked-on, were the ones doing the teasing or knew friends or family members who were either. The authors have done an excellent job showing their readers the serious consequences of bullying and evoking the pain that goes with it. I definitely recommend this book. It has a very powerful message that no matter how bad things are in your life, none of us is completely "unloved".

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