One More Suicide

Rated 4.86/5 based on 7 reviews
Brian Oldman is in somewhat of a rut lately. His family life sucks, he's gay, his love life is fleeting, and his waistline just won’t get any smaller. So he does what any sane person would do in this sort of depressive state. He plans out his suicide. Over the course of about four months Brian tries to live it up and pay off past debts before delving into the blackness of his depression. More
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Words: 149,000
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301747573
About David McGhee

Born and raised in the south, David McGhee suffered through a myriad of mental illness issues all throughout his life. As an openly gay male with these disadvantages, David has been searching for himself through music and print for some time now. He feels as if nothing is better therapy than working on stories and writing a catchy song on the guitar.

David also has Aspergers.

David is 29 as of February 15th.

He is 5'7" and has a thing for taller guys.

Currently 155ish pounds.

Is currently suffering from a liver defect that he is shortly going to receive an evasive treatment for, knocking him out of the count for a few months due to it's toxicity on the body. Hopefully this doesn't effect his extra curricular activities none.

Mother passed away on February 12th 2010. Father is still alive and kicking.

David has an IQ of 155 yet he still forgets to look both ways or even to make sure he has the walk sign when crossing the street.

Check him out on social media sites!
Twitter: @trueposer

His blog is updated often:


David McGhee talks about One More Suicide
David McGhee talks about his favorite characters and the motivations behind the things they do in the book. He also extends his gratitude to potential readers while reminiscing over the many rewrites the book has gone through due to it being "too much" in the areas of Brian's life sucking.

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Review by: Ed Ed on July 02, 2013 :
OMG! what a wonderful story, a bit sad, yeah! but still, i mean it has so much passion and love, pls pls pls i want to know what happened next! hmm did he die??
so it'd be really great if you write some sorta 2nd part or season.
Keep the good stuff coming ;)
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Review by: Alyssa Novak on Nov. 27, 2012 :
Very sad, but well written!
Touched right down to the deepest parts of myself.
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Review by: lonz bond on April 26, 2012 :
I loved it. It was sad and it told a very painful story. I have lived with depression for like 2 years and seeing him suffer brought back real dark memories.
You simply are the best
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Review by: Jose Enrique on June 29, 2011 :
As someone who is gay and also suffers from a lifetime of Major Depression, the main character's " depressive moods, thoughts and behaviors" are 100% accurate of a clinically depressed person. Certain parts though appeared "exaggerated a bit" I guess to create the added drama needed.
It appears the author suffers from depression as well becuase there is no way a "non depressed" person can write what a depressed person is "thinking aka interpreting" the moment certain situation arises - you have to be one period.
It was a "tough read" for me for certain parts were like complete chapters of my life but the book kept me glued to the last letter.
The author did a superb job keeping you hooked to the story line. You can't help but be concerned about the principal character "Brian" throughout the entire book.
I must reveal the story is extremely heartbreaking but beautifully written.
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Review by: resurr on June 24, 2011 :
It was so heartbreaking. But good.
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Review by: cedric avera on May 26, 2011 :
I found myself digging into this book from the moment I read the title. It took me almost 3 days to make sure I read it on my free time and it definitely was one of the most heartfelt one I had read. Though there were some grammatical errors, I can definitely feel what the idea was being shared upon. It was both very informative and well for me, reflective of what I once was. 5 stars. :)
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Review by: Terry Raimond on May 16, 2011 :
This story is a fascinating look into the mind a a severely depressed person. The author provides psychological information (some accredited some not) pertinent to the story and adds insight into the downward spiral someone with a depressive disorder might go through. The story is plausible and well researched. The accuracy of the facts aside, the story is also a good read. The characters are well rounded and the main character has a full personality that wavers back and forth between thoughts of suicide and brief moments of happiness. I couldn't have wished for more from any book let alone one I got free from the internet.
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