Grieving Futures: How I Survived the Deaths of My Parents, My Home, and My Future

My parents both died when I was in my mid-twenties, leaving me alone, homeless and penniless. The experience derailed my life at all levels, and I spent many years resigned to my grief.

After a major emotional breakdown, I finally started the long journey to discovering my own life. This book is a hopeful reflection on that process. I hope it inspires and comforts other adult orphans.

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About KimBoo (KBS) York

I am a writer, a grad student, an artist, and a survivor. I'm single now, after being married for 14 years, and I'm just over the hump of 41. I'm not dating, I'm not very social, and I have great big dreams and goals that I spend a lot of time and energy on. Which means I spend too much time at my computer!

Also, FTR: I'm pansexual, polyamorous, pervy, pro-sex, pro-porn and anti-bigotry. I'm a published author or erotica, a fangirl who writes fanfic and a serious academic with altruistic career goals.

I don't think the rest of it matters, unless you plan to move in.

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