This poem, although it was written by gay author Edward Petty almost 12 years ago, still captures Halloween's chilling and scary feel, and depicts how some spirits can remain restless. A Vampire's Lament speaks about how monotonous and mundane it can be trying to sustain a sense of life, even in an not-so-dead state.
Being well-versed in religion isn't as important as holding on to one's faith! This audiobook that's by gay author Edward Petty is a poetic faith message. A Letter to My Child is meant to calm, empower and uplift in difficult times. It's a motivational and spiritual reassurance message.
Truth-telling can be liberating. This audiobook, by gay author Edward Petty, includes eight poems that are a collected cathartic self-examination. Petty writes about all his truths, and about some of his vices, in words that are all raw and resounding. One man's life told in verses that might hit home for everyone.
Kevin Terwilliger lives in relative peace in Cambridge, Oregon in 1958. He feels a little bit worse for the wear after being moved hither and yon due to his father's military background. He isn't safe at his new school, either. There's a proverbial bully there named Ronald Eugene Pfefferman who doesn't seem to him to want to back down with his snide remarks. Read on, and see how Kevin fares against this turmoil with help from his friend, Connor Billingsley. There might be hope for him after all.
"Not all is as it seems"