Unlike any other story written about the Vietnam War, this book is written primarily for the parents, children and friends of the Vietnam veteran. Being a collection of 31 true stories, it details the adventures of my almost three years of combat as I mature from a green rookie into a hardened veteran.
B. Jerome and Stacy Stanton were a young couple who carefully and deliberately planned their lives together. Among those sound plans was their decision to start a family. The blueprint for the rest of their lives was carefully developed and would be even more carefully implemented.
Although familial abuse is common, reality, is the victims rarely disclose their ordeal. Fear, shame, violence, and trauma keeps the secrets hidden within a family and not exposed to the outside world. In The Boy Under the Bed, the author takes you on his family’s journey surviving generational familial abuse.
Crosscurrents captures those moments in every human life when we are forced to deal with conflictive feelings. The stories reveal the psychological and emotional impact on people when facing the challenges of new life-changing experiences, moments of crisis, unfulfilled longings or sudden revelations.
Jennifer Adshen’s first day as a Domar was rough, but the second was definitely worse. The Council’s plan to hide the Centress from the Kalzar invasion was barely developed when the Kalzars attacked. Now Jen is plunged into the mission of protecting the Centress, a dazzling ice ball with terrifying powers.
The Kokomo Railroad chronicles the uncompromising struggle to gain the release of Charles Edward Lockert from prison after having been railroaded through the Indiana criminal justice system, illegally incarcerated for almost thirty years, and held unjustly on parole for ten years.