If you see the door is closed,
Don’t rush in hard-nosed.
It’s not a good idea to walk,
‘Till on the door you knock…
Then maybe, knock again,
But, please, wait to hear, “come in”.
B. Michele Stone c. 2007
This book is about things that a small child would find behind the various doors they would walk through in life.
It is a poetry book.
All the illustrations have been done by her friend’s 14-year-old daughter, Rachel Huff.$19.99–$29.99 Select options
“Out of suffering have emerged the strongest souls; the most massive characters are seared with scars.” – Kahlil Gibran.
On the heels of a childhood peppered with sordid betrayal and upheaval, a young woman teeters on the edge of oblivion. She is carried away by the tumult into an adulthood of broken marriages, drug addiction, and years mired in the struggle with the foster care system-both in it and fighting to retrieve her children from it. Assault of the Innocent tells her story from those rocky beginnings to the ultimate success of emerging whole from the morass.$9.99 Select options