"Let Me Out, Let Me In" ... we all have a blue period. This book is about the growing pains in life and love. The three sections take you through an existential crisis in Phoenix, the last gasp of a relationship, and the curiosity in taking another chance.
Seventeen year old Jesse hasn't even tried to get along with his mom since his dad left them because he blames her for his dad's leaving. Desperate to have a relationship with her son again, his mom takes a plane on September 11, 2001 to work things out with his father, and never returns. The father Jesse has always hailed as a hero can't be bothered with his own son . . .
Growing Pains; Kendras Dairies is the first book in the series chronicling the journey of Kendra Foster from adolescence to adulthood. I aspire to encourage, entertain, and inspire young adults. Life has its ups and downs, its bumps and its bruises. But with perseverance, determination, and faith you can be all you were born to be. Never Give Up!
Katrina Garden Spider and the World Wide Web is the story of Katrina, a little spider who is not average. She is bigger than almost all of the other students in her class. Her mother and her Aunt Arlene call her “Big Boned.” Katrina loves to read. As she faces the completion of her education at the Frogs’ Foot Pond School, she knows that she must decide what to do next.
A collection of short stories to capture a mix of emotions. - ISBN 9780980677614
Miss Fruitcake's Apple Blossom,
A C4 on the BW,
A Passing Moment,
A Further Moment,
The Last Page.
Rhys spent primary school just getting through the days. But now, at secondary school, he finds himself desperate to make friends on his first day. But will he succeed when all his old schoolmates conspire to ruin it for him? A hopeful story that proves making friends is never easy. Rhys’s Friend: a Daniel Redfern short story