Cyber-bullying takes schoolyard bullying to a new level with the use of information technology. Computers, tablets, cellphones and other devices are used to harass, embarrass and torment people of all ages. ‘Cyber Bullying is Never Alright’ looks at the ways the abuse is perpetrated, its effects and the best way to stop it. Jam packed with useful advice, it is written from personal experience as well as careful research. Anyone who has a problem with an internet troll or bully who makes nasty comments on Facebook, in chat rooms or on blogs will benefit from reading this. It is never alright to be bullied and the first step to freedom is educating yourself about your choices.
“A Book To Bring Healing”
Five Star Review on Amazon By Suzanne Williams
Debbie Roome’s book, “Cyber-Bulling Is Never Alright,” is a book, which will bring healing to so many. I found myself comparing her tips to incidents in my own life and that of my daughter. She covers the subject in depth, from what cyber-bullying is to how to deal with it properly and how to recover afterward, including along the way many stories and examples from the lives of others. This is an excellent book of a subject, which every parent, mentor, and person in authority should make themselves aware of. I highly recommend this book.
About the Author
Debbie Roome was born and raised in Zimbabwe and later spent fifteen years in South Africa. In 2006 she moved to New Zealand with her husband and five children. Writing has been her passion since the age of six and she loves to write stories that touch people’s lives and turn them towards God. Over the years she has won many awards and trophies for her work, including placing first in the Rose & Crown Novel Writing Competition in 2009 and 2012 and second in the Faithwriters’ Page Turner Contest in 2010 and 2014. In 2015 she placed first in the Faithwriters’ Page Turner Contest. Her novel Contagious Hope was a finalist for the Australasian CALEB award in 2013. Debbie’s writing has opened doors for public speaking and she is often asked to share her life story and her experiences as a writer.