Press Release: Author Kiersten Hathcock’s Inspiring New Audiobook ‘Little Voices’Details How Intuition Helped Her Escape and Heal from Abuse
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Author Kiersten Hathcock’s Inspiring New Audiobook ‘Little Voices’
Details How Intuition Helped Her Escape and Heal from Abuse
Phoenix, AZ, October 14, 2022 – Author and Shark Tank-winning entrepreneur Kiersten Hathcock shares her stranger than fiction journey from abuse survivor to Shark Tank winner to undercover medium in her uniquely inspiring audiobook, Little Voices: How Kids in Spirit Helped a Reluctant Medium Escape and Heal from Abuse, scheduled for release by Blackstone Publishing on October 18, 2022.
Little Voices is the true story of an ordinary woman’s unexpected psychic mediumship journey that uncovered buried secrets of sexual abuse in her own life and the lives of children murdered long ago—and helped her escape the grasp of an abusive predator who nearly destroyed her. With raw honesty, Hathcock narrates her story sharing her most vulnerable truths in hopes listeners better understand why a victim of domestic violence is emotionally, psychologically, and physiologically bound to that relationship, making it almost impossible to break free.
Her journey provides an inside look at the intersection of spirituality and psychology tackling subjects like wounded attachment, trauma bonding, and ways to strengthen intuitive skills. Many narcissistic abuse survivors regret not listening to their intuition in the early stages of an abusive relationship. Hathcock says she wrote Little Voices “to help skeptics and domestic violence survivors open themselves to the possibility that intuition is actually real and can be life-saving.”
Little Voices has been endorsed by renowned psychologist and narcissistic abuse expert, Dr. Ramani Durvasula, as well as Dr. Kelly Sundberg, Professor and Award-winning, bestselling author of Goodbye, Good Girl: A Story of Domestic Violence and Survival.
“Little Voices is a propulsive, vivid, memoir that offers rare insight into abuse and the ways in which it can both coexist and be healed by intuition,” said Dr. Kelly Sundberg. “This isn't a book that's just for survivors; it's a book for anyone who wants to learn about intuitive ability and human psychology. A heartfelt and candid account of both (with a healthy dose of mystery sprinkled in), Kiersten has written a fascinating account that's unlike any I've ever read before."
Hathcock powerfully weaves together her experiences as a reluctant medium who works missing persons cases with law enforcement officers like NYPD Detective Mark Pucci (ret) with what she endured at the hands of a sociopathic predator before rising from the ashes in 2017.
When asked in what ways Kiersten’s intuitive mediumship information has been helpful during investigations, Pucci said, “To answer this question, I would need several pages, all single spaced. However, if I were to narrow it down, I would have to concede that it was the time she literally saved my life during an investigation.”
Pucci penned the foreword for the memoir, and both Pucci and Hathcock co-founded the National Institute for Law and Justice, a registered 501c3 nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide management of investigative services for crime victims and their families who are searching for answers, resolution, and closure—at no cost.
Hathcock’s memoir is available for purchase in print, audiobook, and e-reader formats on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and wherever books are sold. The Audible version of Little Voices will be released on October 18, 2022.
About Kiersten Parsons Hathcock
Kiersten Parsons Hathcock, author of Little Voices: How Kids in Spirit Helped a Reluctant Medium Escape and Heal from Abuse, is an award-winning self-taught carpenter/furniture designer, and founder of Mod Mom Furniture, a kids’ furniture company featured on ABC's Shark Tank. She’s also a TEDx speaker and an intuitive medium who co-founded the National Institute for Law and Justice, an organization that helps detectives and families uncover truth in missing persons and homicide cases. In her previous work life, Kiersten was a staff writer for Northern Arizona University and TV marketing executive for A&E TV Network and The History Channel. native, she now resides in Phoenix, Arizona with her husband, Scott, daughters, Natalie and Grace, and pup, Scout. For more information, visit KierstenHathcock.com.)
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