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This book has two parts, one is a play and the other is a long poem. Both parts have a language that explores a troublesome life situation while it comments on a couple of outsiders in a fictitious/autobiographical fusion. The big question to have in mind when entering the first pages in this book is what it means to be a man in today's universe.
“Autism shakes up your world. It has changed my life and I wasn’t even the one diagnosed with it. My brother’s name is Ethan Wolfgang, but we call him Deets. He is one of the greatest gifts my family has ever received. And one of the most challenging.” So begins Zack Peter’s memoir of his family’s struggle to cope with his brother’s autism. And thus began Peter’s mission to ensure that his brother will one day live an independent life. He candidly describes his attempts to get his family on board with Ethan’s biomedical treatment and his fight against their reluctance. He relates how his life changes when he comes up with the idea of hosting a local fundraisers, which then throws him into the world of activism. He describes how this leads to his becoming a full-time advocate for autism. As everything in his life becomes more and more centered around “the spectrum,” Peter faces the personal struggle of being a voice for the cause while trying to maintain his own identity. Sharing the wisdom he’s learned in a voice that’s equal parts snark and heart, Peter offers a memoir that’s as funny as it is poignant, filled with no-nonsense advice and what he calls “The Hope Rules,” which are designed to help preserve sanity, dignity, and the will to stay strong. Whether you know someone with autism or not, Zack Peter’s refreshing take on his life as a sibling and activist serves as inspiration to persevere, even when the odds seem impossibly long. It’s everything you need to help keep your head up…like the bottom of your glass.
A hard-boiled occult mystery novel set just after World War 2. Ray Irish, a drifter, lands in Oyster City where a chance encounter inside an alley leads Irish to an unanticipated job working for the corrupt man he saves. Paired with an unscrupulous woman photographer named Cat, Ray quickly descends into the world of grifters and racketeers. However, something ominous lies under the surface. The grisly murders of a chauffeur and a cop are only part of a foul web of strange occurrences involving robed figures wearing the masks of tarot card characters. As he digs into the city that hates outsiders, the ex-Seabee will need more luck than skill before his body washes up in the bay like so many before him.
Iliana Gosnov—an otherwise beauteous nurse, crippled with spastic monoplegia, due to her mother’s low blood oxygen level during delivery—suffers with a severely dysfunctional leg and a terrible limp all her young life. She explores causes as an adult and is psychotically compelled to kill Aaron Concord, a claims investigator, who follows defense counsel’s directive and toys with medical records to avert his client hospital’s malpractice liability exposure. Follow along with the delusions, fantasies and her increasing ties with the local Russian mafia, while she weaves a self-destructive web to capture her dream of achieving satisfaction.
She could see the lights of the train and the parking lot, but where she was standing was pitch black. She took out her silver vial and unscrewed the top. She scooped out a pile of cocaine with the little spoon and snorted it up one nostril, then the other. It was an exquisite moment as the drug charged through her brain like a stampede of white lightning. “Hot damn, “she whispered, and gave her head a little shake as she exhaled. She felt so good. So perfect. Because of the deal she’d just pulled off . And the money she was going to make. And handsome Marc, waiting for her in the City with all of that cocaine. A spasm of euphoria coursed through her body in a delicious wave of pleasure. Neurons and endorphins danced in her brain like fi reworks on the Fourth of July. She’d never been so happy. She’s about to light a cigarette when the lights start to dim. It happens so quickly there’s no time to react. Th ere’s just a hint of pain, but it’s too brief to register. Th en there’s nothing. Only blackness. And just like that Sandra Ellison’s life is at an end. Like someone reached in and turned off the set. Her set. Th at’s how quickly it happened. She was dead before she hit the ground.
Open gunfire in an elementary school with Cassidy “Trouble” Michaels around and you better run. Run for the hills, but don’t leave tracks and don’t take time to look back. She will track you down, send you to the pen, and throw away the key. You never know when she might strike because adventures and mishaps ambush her as well, but eventually, when you are not expecting it, she will catch up and when she does she arrives with force… the entire police force. About the Author Kelly Rysten was born in Rockledge, Florida and grew up in Las Cruces, New Mexico. She enjoys geocaching, oil painting and exploring the deserts and mountains of the southwest. She lives in Southern California with her husband, Gary, has two grown children, two grandchildren and a Shetland sheep dog. She has published five novels starring Cassidy and has many more of Cassidy’s adventures waiting to be published.
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