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Maxine Elizabeth Dawson

I have always chose writing as a way to express how I feel, and for many years I wanted to tell the story of my son, Alex, who was stillborn as a result of a complication called shoulder dystocia that occurs at the delivery stage of labour.
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In North East England, a working-class woman’s life is ripped to shreds after the traumatic stillbirth of her baby boy; she must develop her own faith in order to survive the memories she stores within her schizophrenic mind.
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