Thursday, October 9, 2008

A Future for Tomorrow by Haley Hatch Freeman


I recently read A Future for Tomorrow by Haley Hatch Freeman. Haley is an amazing young woman who endured a horrific battle with anorexia nervosa. This book details her experience. At times, the story is intense and hard to read because of the emotional and physical turmoil Haley experienced during this physically-ravaging and mentally-deteriorating condition.

It’s a peek into the mind of a young woman absolutely obsessed with her weight and her distorted view of perfection. It’s frightening, at times, to read how completely this condition enveloped her. I found myself feeling overwhelmed by her account and was thrilled to read the conclusion of the story.



From the back cover:

A Future for Tomorrow is an extraordinary non-fiction account of the author’s actual battle against anorexia nervosa as well as a spiritual triumph against evil.

You will be brought into the anorexic mind, shown the fierce war against depression and self-depreciative thoughts and actions; and witness the gravity of the destruction this disease can do.

A deeply edifying experience will occur as you journey with the author to the eternal world. There, angels confirm to her gospel truths such as the intensity of Christ’s love, and the sacred and holy nature of our Father’s plan for his children here on earth.


Haley is a very spiritual young woman who has had some sacred experiences that she shares in this book. She is a living testimony of the power of love and faith. She’s sharing her story in an effort to prevent other young women from following in her footsteps. She tells a vivid and inspiring account of overcoming physical and spiritual roadblocks to find the true road to happiness.

You can purchase her book at her website http://www.afuturefortomorrow.com/, her blog http://www.afuturefortomorrow.blogspot.com/, or http://www.amazon.com/. /the copies from her website and blog are autographed.



Haley will be appearing on a local TV show on October 21st. Check her blog for more information.

You can also hear a radio interview with Haley at http://www.jackstockwell.com/.

If you're interested in having Haley speak to your group you can contact her through her website or blog.

3 comments:

Tristi Pinkston said...

Thanks, Rebecca -- this is an amazing book with a message that all teenage girls and their parents should hear.

Haley Hatch Freeman said...

Thank you Rebecca for reviewing my book. I appreciate the exposure. I pray my book will reach those who will benefit from it.
Thank you again.

Anne Bradshaw said...

Wow! Haley has quite a story there. And doesn't she look fabulous at the book signing? So glad she survived.