Last summer, When a Man You Love Was Abused came off the press. Two months later, my editor asked me for a follow-up book. "I've written everything I know," I said.
That was before I started doing this twice-weekly blog. Since then, three things have changed my mind.
1. Several of you posted to the blog or emailed me. I marveled at your openness and you encouraged me to become even more transparent.
2. The book has gone into its second printing and I've heard from readers with concerns I didn't address or did so only briefly.
3. I've grown since I wrote the book. I've learned more about myself and faced issues of which I was unaware a year ago.
I've proposed a new book with the working title, Not Quite Healed.
Healing from sexual molestation is a process—a long, long process. I keep learning and so do many of you.
Will you help me?
If you struggle with areas I didn't address in the book or we haven't fully discussed on this blog, I'd like to know. What insights have you gained about yourself?
If the publisher accepts my second book and if I want to use your material, I'll ask your permission. If you agree, I'll use your name only with your permission.
Please email me privately at email@example.com.