Biography of the Author

Haley Hatch Freeman was raised in a small Utah town on a cattle ranch. She led a generally happy childhood until life took a dramatic turn in her early teenage years. Her struggle with anorexia started and carried on for nearly a year. There were no pictures taken of Haley at her lowest weight, these photos were taken after she had gained nearly 30 pounds.

Another Picture of Haley recovering from anorexia Picture of Haley recovering from anorexia
Author Haley Hatch Freeman

She has always had a passion for the written word but it was surviving this extraordinary event which led her down the author path. She knew as a teenager she needed to share her story by writing a book one day.

Her newly released non-fiction book, A Future for Tomorrow, depicts her fierce war against anorexia as well as other spiritual triumphs.

Her book has received outstanding reviews and high ratings among her readers especially by other authors and medical professionals.

Haley has been both on TV and radio discussing her book and experience. She now spends much of her time as a public speaker presenting to youth and women groups hoping to touch lives.

In addition to being an author, Haley is a wife, mother of two, and sign language interpreter for the deaf. Haley hopes to publish more books in the future. She is now venturing in writing fiction novels for young adults


I was so amazed of how the impossible can be possible with the gospel and priesthood blessings. It made me appreciate the gospel and know that anything can be possible with His plan.

-- Erin, Washington DC

Haley Freeman has provided a uniquely personal and revealing account of how destructive eating disorders can be as well as how they can be overcome. Her story offers insight and hope to families impacted by this illness.

--Shawn C. Edgington, PH.D. Psychologist

Haley's story has brought me peace in remembering my mother's last days and she has helped me to understand myself in ways I couldn't before. I wish I could give a copy of this book to each of my young women, but at least I can use the principles I have learned to help them to love themselves and love their bodies and see themselves the way that Heavenly Father does.

--Karen Hoover, Writer

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cover of A Future for Tomorrow