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Peedie William takes the reader with him on his journey as he finally leaves his abusive home aged twenty one. He is still living the terrible nightmares of his violent abusive childhood which are still etched like tattoos in his mind. Unable to cope with real life, he turns to drugs and alcohol to try to cope. He drifts from place to place trying to find sanctuary from his past, but ends up making things worse by turning to violence like his father did. He ends up back in the same psychiatric asylum he was in when he was a boy. His story follows him as he grows into a man with a purpose in life, and shows how your past does not have to destroy your future.
My name is Tim Murray and I recently self-published my first Sci-fi novel, Thumar!I am excited to explore the tools that Indie writers offers. I'm presently mucking my way through self-marketing.You can discover my offering on…Continue
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A Jewish Exploration of Mexico City By Marcia Fine Special to the Phoenix Jewish NewsMy research for historical accuracy in my novels has led me around the world, including Israel, France, Poland, Spain and the Czech Republic. After the success of…Continue
I'm Linda Barnett-Johnson, Virtual Assistant for Authors. I will post for my authors, their books and anything else that will help them. I look forward to getting to know you all. I live in beautiful Montana. We have a vegetable garden, adding a new…Continue
I am a new author and illustrator. I wrote a beautiful book about a bald princess. This book was written to teach children to believe in themselves. Looking for reviews! Thanks Rosaria
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