Net Proceeds of Two Titles To Be Given to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society

Net Proceeds from “Listen, Listen To My Heart’s Song” & “Atreus’s View From a Tent” will be contributed to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society to help fight Blood Cancer.

Books available in print and ePub on Amazon.

Comments on “Listen, Listen to My Heart’s Song.”

“Over 500 people reacted positively and commented on Chapter 1 when you distributed it. Great San Francisco story.”

“Thank you for sharing Ward’s story. He was a wonderful soul.”

“I am so happy I was able to spend time with Matt. He was the most courageous person I’ve ever met.”

“Good for Kelly. Girl power – indeed.”

Comments on “Atreus’s View From a Tent.”

“I never recognized that people like Atreus and the others live on our streets or in difficulty. Great story.”

“Hearing these stories has changed how I interact with people I pass by every day.”

“This is the best narrative I have ever read on homelessness. Thank you for sharing this book and your dedication to those on the margins.”

“We held a successful fund raising evening when parts of the book were dramatically presented to our audiences. Thank you.”

Oo-roo is an Aboriginal word meaning ” See you. “
“The specter of restored passport control checkpoints and customs at the border with Northern Ireland is contemplated with horror by people here who remember the delays and inefficiencies that the border used to cause in the old days…”
From a speech delivered by a Member of the Dáil.

Brexit is rapidly changing traditional European relationships. In the middle of these swirling seas, Jack and Mick are tasked with investigating the Republic of Ireland and the United Kingdom’s security, as opportunists look to gain citizenship and set up illegal ventures anywhere they can find a crack in the shield. 

Here is one review of “Oo-roo” 

Christopher Ogden, twice NY Times bestselling author ( Life of the Party, Maggie, Legacy, renowned correspondent, lecturer )

” …I could not put it down.” 

“Good descriptions and dialogue…”

“..good job, interesting/ believable characters, great storyline. Smart writing, move along theme, incorporation of Brexit with enough detail to make it credible, but without getting bogged down.”

“…Your leavening of the tale with art and cultural references, the visits to museums and natural history sites, the focus on aboriginal/indigenous histories was all excellent value added,  I thought.”  


“As for using my comments about Oo-roo: absolutely. “


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