Silent Illness is a memoir of a Daughters’ love, courage and strength for her manic depressive, alcoholic and suicidal Mother. For twenty-nine years, Juliet witnessed, and dealt with, a manic depressive Mother. She has watched her go from a loving Mother, to an alcoholic monster, a pill popping addict, and a suicidal manic depressive with […]
Essential to making a memoir interesting and worthy of publication is to have a central theme that carries the narrative forward.
Campus to Combat: the true story of boys becoming men on a bittersweet journey from a hostile Ivy League university to the ravages of worn-torn Vietnam during the turbulent 1960’s.