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Roger is homeless and decaying into entropy. His sister is lost to anger.
Near-death, Roger, and his dysfunctional family are forced into a painful bedside reunion.
Does blood run thick enough for a family reconciliation? Can a father and his daughter put their similarities aside to learn to love again?
"People ask me to predict the Future, when all I want to do is prevent it". Ray Bradbury It was a couple of years ago that I imagined the...
Reunion, a novel, is now available in both paperback and Kindle.
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I was born in Bellingham, Washington to a young well-adjusted couple with some prior experience. Two older brothers provided the road map for what it would take to compete while a younger brother and two sisters kept me grounded. Life growing up was filled with rambunctious cousin birthday parties, building ramps for bicycles, and dreaming of an even bigger prank.
An interest in writing developed after an earnest attempt was made in carving a mark in the business world. With not a single plaque or award earned for not having accumulated the most, I dove into writing about things and people with the same Walter Mitty determination. If I could imagine it, I could write about it creating reality as real as any dream.
Today, I'm a bit aged, a bit cynical, still borderline delusional, a grandfather, and father to four great kids who prove every day that one can overcome their genetics. My wife, a determined person, has hung out with me for over 40 years.
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