Poetry and Journals

From the back of theeBookSuffering (1) book:

“The expectation that we can be immersed in suffering and loss daily and not be touched by it is as unrealistic as expecting to be able to walk through water without getting wet.” ~Naomi Rachel Remen

For those who care for animals or people in need, the pain and depression are real and can be overwhelming. Without an outlet, those suffering from compassion fatigue can feel isolated and alone. This journal was created as a place for you to bear your heart and soul, release your pain, and know you’re not in this alone. The poems within these pages show my journey through the darkness and into the light. Add your voice and we’ll get through this together, one day at a time.


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Suffering in Silence 2018 print
This is the non-journal print version called Suffering in Silence: A Poetic Journey Through Compassion Fatigue



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From the back of the book:

These poems were written over a course of two years detailing my journey to find myself again. They tell a story that is not only mine, but that of many who have struggled through losing what they thought was the love, and themselves in the process. These poems show the way through the darkness that can nearly destroy your heart and soul, the way to find inner peace and open your heart once again to love.

This is the second edition.

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Released February 22, 2013

From the back of the book:

Vampires and other immortals hold a special place in the hearts of many. Whether it’s the fascination with living forever, or the stories of their legendary sexual appetites, humans can’t seem to get enough of the creatures of the night. Many stories have been told about these beings, but how did the very first one come to be?

In the world created by this author, the blood drinkers were actually descended from the Adam just like the mortals of today. What if the stories about Cain and Abel weren’t all true? What if Cain wasn’t actually cursed but given the task of protecting the Tree of Life? These questions and more helped to inspire the story behind some of the poems in this collection. Fascination with their erotic nature helped to inspire the rest.

Come along and join me on a journey through Cain’s life and legacy as the very first Guardian of the Night.


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