Brock Turner

13 June 2016

I just wrote and released a FREE short booklet. For each download from Amazon (free), 10 cents will be donated to a charity that helps victims of sexual assault. Due to Amazon restrictions, it’s only free for a limited time. So please download it now (free). Thank you for your help!

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My new book Justice starts with the following first sentence: “Sympathy shines the only light in the dark impassable tunnels constructed between all of us.” Being a work of fiction, after that preface, I cannot stand by any of the other statements or claims in the book. Instead, Justice might more reveal what a person […]

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Dreams and Goals

30 December 2015

Dreams are things like ending world hunger or releasing the millions of poor, sane, nonviolent people in prison or camps throughout the world. What’s your dream? Goals are steps on the staircase to dreams. One big goal I have right now is to get my new book to #1 on Amazon. As of this writing, […]

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A Snapshot of My Life

28 December 2015

Take a snapshot of my life a little over a year ago. I was working three jobs. On top of those three jobs, I was saving myself and thus my kids thousands of dollars a month by also representing myself pro se in divorce court, basically a forth job as my own lawyer in my […]

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The Beauty in the Misery

26 November 2015

Today many of us meet with loved ones to sit at a table and eat. We binge eat in a sort of unwitting celebration of the largest genocide in history, in a world where currently 18,000 children starve to death every day. In about the time it takes to eat one bite of our dinner, […]

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Every scar tells a story…

23 November 2015

In her explanation of why she cut off her hair, Clare Bowen reflects on her childhood diagnosis of nephroblastoma, but she also says the following: I was really inspired when I heard a story about a little girl who said she couldn’t be a princess because she didn’t have long hair, and I wanted her, […]

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