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Wild Nobility Book Brings Inspiration and Raises Awareness of Child Abuse

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The man known to friends as ‘Bear’ has risen above an abusive childhood and became a global inspiration. Beating the odds as a youth, he escaped a violent home and has gone from living on the streets of London to a life that almost defies belief.

He has attended UN sessions, met heads of state, performed music around the world, and is a sought-after motivational speaker at high-level functions. Why would this internationally renowned didgeridoo musician now want to write a book? Because Chris (aka. Bear) Brosnan is about so much more than music. He is about healing, motivational speaking, and helping victims of child abuse find peace. His new book project “A Wild Nobility” is a unique and inspiring story that is as uplifting as the man behind it all.

A Wild Nobility is a story about finding yourself and your place in life against all the odds. He also wants to be sure people know the book isn’t a ‘pity party’ for the victim. This book utilizes his ability to draw on personal experience and bring something good forward. At the epicentre is the theme — Transforming Tragedy into Triumph.

With the awareness that only someone who has lived it can bring, this book hopes to serve as a catalyst for global action against child abuse. His new Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign welcomes all donations — big or small. Donors will be rewarded with loads of personalized ‘perks’. These include everything from your own e-copy of the book and signed thank-you letters, to the opportunity to have Bear speak at your next corporate event. You may even choose to take advantage of a private one-on-one consultation. No budget? No problem. You can still ‘go wild’ telling everyone in your networks about “A Wild Nobility.”

A total of 10% of book sale profits will go to the “Darkness to Light — End Child Abuse Charity.” All other profits raised will go towards Bear’s touring expenses and promoting more awareness around the issue of child abuse. Through both heightened awareness and the funds raised for this book, you’ll be lending a hand to those most vulnerable in our society.

Sharing this important campaign will help many on their healing journey. This unique true story also has a sectiondedicated to holistic healing with a twist of tribal wisdom. Help make ‘Wild Nobility’ happen. Shine a light through the darkness.

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Wild Nobility Indiegogo Campaign

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Bear’s music on YouTube

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Website: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/wild-nobility-transforming-tragedy-into-triumph

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