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Helping domestic violence survivors to triumph over terror

Helping domestic violence survivors to recalculate their lives, the charity Broken to Brilliant and Karen Jacobsen, the original Australian Voice of Siri and the voice of the Broken to Brilliant audio book will be officially launching the 'Terror to Triumph audiobook on Saturday 6th July, 2019, 2-4pm at a Christmas in July themed high-tea being held at Northgate Hall, 71 Scott Street, Northgate, Queensland. Tickets are $35 available from here

Originally from Mackay and now based in New York City, Karen Jacobsen, The GPS Girl® and the original Australian voice of Siri whose voice is in over a billion devices and smartphones, said; “It is never too late to recalculate. Even in life’s most challenging situations, there is the possibility of a new beginning”.

This is a perfect message for domestic violence survivors when they hear her voice yet again. This time, Karen and eleven volunteer professional voice artists have all donated their talent and time to narrate the book Terror to Triumph Rebuilding your life after domestic violence stories of strength and success.

There are 11 women and 1 man who have penned powerful stories of adversity, each with their own message of resilience and steps for recovery.

Linda Sawrey Director of Broken to Brilliant said, “The authors feel humbled and proud that by sharing their stories they will be able to provide hope and help to a fellow survivor”.

“In 2018, Nielson Bookscan reported audiobooks as the fastest growing publishing format. Broken to Brilliant publishes our books in print, ebook and audio so they can be accessed easily”, she said.

Broken to Brilliant LTD ™ is an Australian Not for Profit Charity where domestic violence survivors share stories of overcoming adversity to mentor other survivors to create a new chapter in their life.

Through the Give a Book Campaign, the Charity Broken to Brilliant donates copies of their two print books to Domestic Violence refuges to give hope, courage, inspiration and direction to domestic violence survivors.

You can support domestic violence survivors to rebuild their lives by giving a copy of the books to services that support domestic violence survivors, including women's refuges. Go to shop page and buy a Give a Book.

The GPS Girl:

For Media Interviews

Karen Jacobsen is in Australia for in person and telephone interviews until July 16

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