Lost Inside

Rated 3.50/5 based on 2 reviews
Depression and suicide are subjects that go hand in hand. Those who suffer from these emotions feel that there is no hope, no help for them. I can only say that you are wrong.
The stories and poems inside should prove that you are not alone in what you feel and that there are those who are here to help. Though these feelings may be hard to fight you can survive. More
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Price: Free! USD
Words: 11,050
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452382906
About Max M Power

Welcome my name is Max M. Power and I am a Story Teller. Like many Story Tellers before me I am here to feed your imagination.

I have had the honor of being compared to such writers as Ernest Hemingway, Robert Browning, James Patterson, and Tom Clancy, but without all the boring details. My subject matter spans from poetry to short stories to novels.

I am the Owner of Writing With Power Publishing and yes I self publish. I want to be able to control my work and not sell out to big corporations who are just looking to make a fast buck. I am more interested in having readers than profit. For this reason ALL ebooks that I am able to publish via SMASHWORDS will be published at the lowest cost allowed. I ask that you pass on and share my books with others so that the word may spread. If you want a paper copy you can order directly from the printer, cutting out the middle man completely. The links are on my website.

So again, welcome to my world, I hope you enjoy your stay. Now sit back, relax, and let the journey begin. In the infamous words of Snoopy, the Greatest Story Teller, “It was a dark and stormy night…”

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Review by: K. C. Boone, MSFE on May 29, 2013 :
A depth of emotion effortlessly flowing through the pages which causes thoughtful reflection.
(review of free book)

Review by: Sharon Daubert on May 15, 2013 :
Just finished reading Lost Inside, interesting read on bullying, geared to the younger generation, whereas I, hoping to find myself again am still lost.
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