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Monday, 18 July 2016

BLOG TOUR & #GIVEAWAY - "invisible-i-am by Gregg Davis" by Harriet Showman

Book & Author Details:

Title: invisible-i-am by Gregg Davis
Author: Harriet Showman
Publication date: August 18th 2015
Genres: Contemporary, Young Adult


An experimental, literary YA multimedia narrative centered on the experiences of 16-year-old Gregg Davis, who undergoes brutal bullying and sexual violence by her peers. Spanning the mediums of the printed page, online social media and the screen, this story offers a wrenching, empathetic look at the experience of bullying through a victim’s eyes, and then extends this theme of oppression, humiliation and violence to address issues of historical and systemic racism in the U.S. today. A picture book.

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For updates on Gregg and the invisible-i-am story, follow her on Twitter @iaminvisibleiam, Tumblr via, YouTube at…, and Facebook at

invisible-i-am by Gregg Davis book playlist

"The Lamb" by John Tavener, Vasari Singers
"I'm Not Calling You a Liar" by Florence + the Machine
"Don't Wanna Fight" by Alabama Shakes
"Breathe Me" by Sia
"Fuel the Fire" by Sarah Jarosz
"Long Hard Times to Come" by Gangstagrass, T.o.n.e-z
"Various Storms and Saints" by Florence + the Machine
"Everyone Belongs to Everyone Else" by AK Rockefeller
"Be the Change" by Katie Sheridan and Glittoris
"The Long Road" by Pearl Jam
"Farther Along" by Mississippi John Hurt
"My Shot" by Lin-Manuel Miranda, Anthony Ramos
"Three Little Birds" by Bob Marley and the Wailers

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Tour-wide giveaway (US/CAN) - ends 28th July

A signed art print of an image from the book

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Harriet Showman (born 9 May 1954) is an author and multimedia artist born in South Carolina and raised in Pennsylvania. She returned to South Carolina for university and lives there today. She holds undergraduate and graduate degrees in colonial South Carolina history and has spent much of her life helping children and young adults succeed amidst challenging circumstances, including poverty and abuse. With a strong core of allies, Showman helped to establish a statewide Guardian ad Litem program to provide legal support for abused children; a Cities in Schools organization to serve underprivileged students; and a vehicle for the accumulation of monies to be distributed in grants through the Children’s Trust Fund. As a development officer for South Carolina’s flagship university, Showman attracted resources from major, national foundations to target South Carolina’s most urgent needs. She remains interested in the plight of children, teens and adults who suffer abuse, oppression and the paralyzing pain of invisibility.

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