While the Nation Remembers Roe v. Wade, a New Book is Hot Off the Electronic Press

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Just days after our nation remembered the historic Roe v. Wade decision, a new book is hot off the (electronic) press. Author Serena Gaefke chose the internet as the best forum to reach her target audience, young, unexpectedly pregnant women. Gaefke's work is titled, "101 Reasons Not to Have an Abortion: A Girl's Guide to Informed Choices" and is available for download from her website. Aiming at benefiting the most people possible, this child of her four year research is being made available for free.

Her statement is as follows:
"No matter what side of the abortion issue you stand, shouldn't your choice or the choice of someone you love be informed? We are so big on 'choice' that we forget that if a choice is made while information is lacking it is likely to be a choice that will be regretted. But what if Planned Parenthood doesn't give you all this information?

"What I've tried to do is to look at the things you normally wouldn't consider when all that comes to mind is that abortion is the quick fix you need. I've come up with a full 101 reasons as to why, possibly, abortion may not be the best of choices. If abortion really is the best choice for you, then nothing in this book should sway you.

"Whichever side you're on, it seems that we can all agree on one thing -- that this a tough choice, one not taken lightly. So what can a woman do when she finds out that she is unexpectedly pregnant and her world is thrown into chaos? Hopefully a good friend will be near to tell her of 101girlsguide.com. Best of all, her informed choice will come at no cost to her. I have chosen to publish this for free in order to benefit the most women possible and hopefully fulfill one of my dreams of making a difference.

"This book includes personal stories and information gleaned from both pro-choice and pro-life sites. It's really very thorough, as you will see by the 53 page bibliography.

"My book is not only for the people of Pittsburgh, but for the people of all states and nations. It is a labor of love that I believe is set to touch many hearts!”

For more information or to download a free copy visit www.101girlsguide.com.

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Source: 101GirlsGuide
Publish Date: January 26, 2010
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