Death – A Common Experience

Death, it is one of the few things from which I seem able to move forward. While, to this day, I carry the pain and scars of childhood trauma, specifically being bullied, deaths of loved ones do not haunt me. I can still see the faces of S.B and M.M. and J.W. as they made... Continue Reading →

Is Hemingway’s Theory of Omission Lost On A New Generation?

Hemingway was counted among the lost generation. Today, are we living with a spoon-fed generation? Has a generation which has been conditioned by an educational system that teaches to standardized testing to be little more than automatons, regurgitating information and data as a demonstration of intelligence, now having difficulty grasping Papa's concept of omission as a means... Continue Reading →

The Comfort Of Despair, E-Book on Amazon

For those of us who read primarily via a kindle or kindle app, "The Comfort of Despair" Kindle edition is now available. Please click or copy and paste the below link to get your copy --- https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07Y5QWW57 Comfort – To give strength and hope to.Despair – The complete loss of or absence of hope. Two... Continue Reading →

Suicide Impacts Us All

Please Purchase Your Copy Is Suicide Painless (The Damaged and Broken Collection Book 3) Kindle version only 2.99 Paperback 9.99 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07J2V9NS9/ Suicide leaves those left behind with many more questions than answers. It leaves those left behind with grief. It leaves those left behind with remorse. It leaves those left behind with unimaginable, unending and... Continue Reading →

Social Media Power of Positive-Thought, Pop-Psychology Poppycock

The social media pop-psychologists are out in full force. The self-righteous self-helpers offer unsolicited words with only one purpose --- to give themselves a superior sense of self. Lacking even a single request, they offer their self-aggrandizing wisdom - -To those they have never met. -To those they do not know. -To those they do... Continue Reading →

Future Damaged and Broken Novellas

In 2019 I am expecting to release at least five more stories in The Damaged and Broken Collection --- • “It Is Never Just A Slap,” which I am currently working on, a woman trapped in an abusive relationship. •“Abandonment and Addiction,” a girl from a broken home who becomes addicted to heroin. •“A Father’s Son,” the breakdown of... Continue Reading →

Future of The Damaged and Broken Collection

In 2019 I am expecting to release at least five more stories in The Damaged and Broken Collection --- -  “It Is Never Just A Slap,” which Iam currently working on, a woman trapped in an abusive relationship. - “Abandonment and Addiction,” a girl from a broken home who becomes addicted to heroin. - “A Father’s Son,” the... Continue Reading →

Holiday Blues, Sadness, Depression and Worse

For many, the holiday season is a joyous occasion. A time filled with fun, food and family. However, there are those for whom the time between Thanksgiving and New Year's is complete and unrelenting torment and torture. Sadly, many will take the occasion not to celebrate, but to attempt something they have thought about over... Continue Reading →

Please Purchase One Of The Damaged and Broken Stories

Creating A School Shooter   We can't escape the headlines of mass murders occurring in our schools. The very place where children are sent to be educated. The very place where they should be safe and free from danger.  Sadly, school shootings have become the new normal. These horrific crimes and events lead us to... Continue Reading →

Is Hemingway’s Theory of Omission Lost On A New Generation?

Hemingway was counted among the lost generation. Today, are we living with a spoon-fed generation? Has a generation which has been conditioned by an educational system that teaches to standardized testing to be little more than automatons, regurgitating information and data as a demonstration of intelligence, now having difficulty grasping Papa's concept of omission as a means... Continue Reading →

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