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A New Book and a New Outlook

This was a rough 2017 for me.  I dealt with a number of issues – Family issues, career issues and like most of us money issues, but the hardest part of 2017 was taking a stroll down memory lane.  With more time on my hands than I would care to admit, I began cleaning out some old boxes and stumbled across a couple of journals I thought I had lost.  Some of you may remember my first book (Am I Still the Victim) that I eventually removed from publication.  That first book was based on my journals from years ago.  These recently discovered journals took me back to an even darker place than I thought possible.

If only for a moment I remembered a time when I was always scared and vulnerable.  It didn’t take long to come back to reality, but the reminiscing was emotional, to say the least, but it also inspired me to sit in front of the keyboard once again.

My latest book, which is going to be part of a series is VERY loosely based on the experiences I wrote about in my journals.  Due out in 2018, I wanted to share an excerpt from the Prologue.  I hope you find it entertaining, educational and inspiring.

 

Witness Protection

Witness Protection [Available on Amazon]

Witness Protection is a unique crime story about Cris Taylor, who watched his best friend Trish brutally raped and murdered after discovering a plot by her employer to take over a competing tech firm. When identified as a material witness, Cris’ life was now in danger, but he quickly loses faith in the law and their ability to keep him safe until the trial. Out of fear and desperation, Cris makes a decision to disappear, in spite of the authorities attempts to keep him safe and secluded in the FBI safe house. Rather than try and survive on the run, looking over his shoulder, Cris takes a different approach and moves directly into the path of those sent to find him.

The Company Policy

The Company Policy [Available on Amazon Kindle]

I was very happy with my current job, but always kept my options open when it came to my career.  When the perfect opportunity appeared, I was sold very early on and all set for a change of scenery.  Little did I know that the change of scenery would be much more than a new office and paint on the walls.