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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.

 

Understanding Steve

Understanding Steve
[Available in Paperback and KindleUnlimited]

This is the sad tale of true love and coping with the confusion of gender identity and sexual preference.

The death of someone close throws Chris’ life into a tailspin of confusion and depression.  Feeling alone, he finds comfort in mutual friends, Henry and Laney, who try to help, only to lead Chris on a new journey that he is not really prepared for.  Chris and his friends build enough trust in each other and together they help him cope with his loss and more importantly get him past the confusion by teaching him how his late friend lived his life.

 

This is not a typical erotic story, nor is it a romance novel.  This is a serious story that deals with the search for hope and the consequences if hope is lost.

There are passages that are more explicit than others that center around transgendered and homosexual situations.

STRONGLY RECOMMENDED FOR ADULT AUDIENCES ONLY!