FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
English Translation of Psychological Thriller Addresses Ripple Effect of Abuse
[Toronto, ON – June 28, 2015] After the successful publication of her book The Devil I Paid For Advice in Albania, author Jeta Vojkollari has recently published the second edition in English. This psychological thriller follows the life of Sabrina, a deeply disturbed psychotherapist, while presenting an interesting perspective on the issues of abuse.
The Devil I Paid For Advice, produced by FriesenPress, is set in the turbulent post-communist capital of Albania. In a world where decency lives side by side with manipulation and deceit, troubled minds quickly become convoluted. After struggling through an unstable relationship with her boyfriend, Sabrina harbours a hatred towards men that twists her mind and takes her to an unstable and dark place. Struggling to remain objective as a psychotherapist, she begins leading her clients astray; attempting to fulfill her own needs she dangerously derails others. Despite her troubled protagonist, Vojkollari is able to elevate Sabrina’s character to a place of self-discovery and shine light onto the prevalent issues people face with abuse – both mental and physical.
The Devil I Paid For Advice is available for order from the FriesenPress bookstore, Amazon, and Barnes & Noble, Indigo and from most online book retailers. Readers can also purchase the ebook on Kindle, Nook, iTunes, Kobo and GooglePlay.
About the Author
Jeta Vojkollari was born and raised in Tirana, Albania. She studied Economics at the University of Tirana. Jeta has won awards for several song lyrics, two of which became hits. Her experience and passion to write has led her to this book. She lives in Toronto, Canada with her husband and works for the City of Toronto.