We are excited to get to tell you about Alana K. Haase. We’ve known her for a few years now and have worked together on several writing projects in one way or another. She’s been traveling this summer, focusing on just enjoying life moment to moment, writing, and promoting the upcoming release of one of her books as an audio book.
She’s always been a helper and healer, in her own right. She’s been a nurse for many years. She is always willing to jump in and help someone out whenever she can. She’s also always willing to share information she learns with someone else when she knows it could help them out too. Her writing, in books and in other formats, is written with the intent to always be helpful to someone somewhere.
She has several books out and I highly recommend reading all of them if you are interested in getting through life’s ups and downs with some kind of map that you can refer to and stay or get back on track in the direction you want to go in your life. I want to primarily draw focus and bring attention to one book in particular, though.
“Webs” is a short horror story with an amazing and powerful twist. You just have to read it to know what we mean. The reason she wrote it is what impresses us the most. It was originally published in October 2017 and she set it up as a way to raise funds and awareness for Domestic Violence Awareness Month that first October. It’s become an ongoing thing every October since 2017.
She’s survived more than her fair share and knows firsthand how difficult it is to break from relationships of all kinds (not just romantic ones) that are harmful and disempowering. She needed something that would help her take her own power back (more than she had at that point), and help others take theirs back too.
“Webs” is getting a new format this year! It’s going to be available as an audio book very soon. Follow Alana on social media at https://www.facebook.com/NavigatingThroughLife, on Twitter @Alanakhaase to stay updated and grab it as soon as it’s available. You won’t regret it!
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