Todos tenemos un secreto, algo que solo nosotros sabemos, algunos lo saben ocultar, otros no tanto, la humanidad siempre pensará en algo que nadie quiere que sepan, se ocultan como cobardes en su caparazón de mentiras, chantaje e hipocresía, y es lo común ¿no? Porque nadie es tan honesto ni tan mentiroso. Crecemos en una sociedad dónde te enseñan a ver todo con arcoíris de pequeño, te das cuenta que todo es una mentira cuando eres adolescente y puedes morir del estrés cuando hombre. Según el dicho "sólo los niños y los borrachos dicen la verdad" es que en realidad nadie es honesto, tenemos algo en nuestras mentes que nos atormenta y cuando se descubre te atormentan los demás por el prejuicio de la humanidad, hemos creado un lugar lleno de reglas que menosprecian a los diferentes y alaban a lo que creen perfecto ¿y así quieren la paz mundial? todos estamos envueltos en secretos y esa es la posible razón de todas las guerras y terrorismo de las personas que menosprecio la sociedad. La mentira, la verdad y el prejuicio es lo único que rige este mundo de gente hipócrita e ignorante. Los secretos son los que nos destrozan. Nos rompen. Y nos separan.
A girl finds out her supposed work-boyfriend is two timing her with her strict boss! Determined to escape this work-life, love-life and get a fresh new start, she goes to a place she’s been neglecting to go to for the sake of appearances at her work- a bar!! Drinking away her sorrows, she meets a handsome man who is a bartender in training... and bit by bit, she learns about the world of cocktails and drinks, whilst falling further for him!
A take on Lewis Carroll's famous novel "Alice in Wonderland" What happens to a young girl's sanity when she is forced to an alternate realm and told stories of a father she never knew by his friends that she never met? Will she lead their revolution and become who they want her to be or will she lose her composure and status in this curious world. ***This is not necessarily a 'mature' book, but alcohol, drugs, and violence are all parts of the story. As are several mental illnesses including, but not limited to, PTSD, autism, OCPD, addiction, psychosis, depression, and anxiety.***
Book 1 of the reach for the stars series. . . . "Friends are like stars they come and go, but only the true ones glow" For Jackson Miller this statement is the truth because he's used to people using and dumping him whenever they are satisfied, he's used to people coming and going, and all he wants is his star that glows, but no one has stayed in his life longer than a few months. Jackson has dreams to be something big, but he needs to reach for the stars to achieve his goal. Will Jackson's dreams come true or will he always be the star that no one recognizes? What happens when he finds his star in the most unexpected person on the planet? . . . "It's ok to be a glow stick because sometimes we break before we shine" For Lamar Williams this statement is the story of his life because he is only a senior in high school living on the streets after being disowned for coming out gay and to make matters worse he is having a hard time fighting for custody of his young son Javonte, his baby mama however, lets just say she's a bitch that only wants child support and to keep Javonte away from Lamar as much as possible. Lamar has been through hell and he needs help back, but being into drugs and alcohol does not help his case one bit. What happens when Lamar and Jackson meet? Will they be each other's star in the darkest of times? I dunno read to find out.