This short piece of nonfiction is important to me. As a writer, I have been influenced by many things, none of which more than "Star Trek".
Andy's had a rough year. The roleplaying game he'd slaved to create was stolen from him by his former boss and his high school sweetheart dumped him after graduation. But things are about to change for him when he attends Gen Con and makes his debut as an Indie writer and publisher.
This is a short bedtime book about a special baseball who makes it to the big leagues, and then is caught by a boy who brings it home to play in the backyard. Through his adventures, the ball learns of the importance of family and relationships.
The Battle Lost: Ryder's Birth is one man's epic battle with addiction and his search for his son Ryder.
The first in the series,The Battle Lost: Ryder's Birth is based on true life events. Over a 2 year span, the audiobook takes you on a emotional ride in the protagonist's battle with his wife's addictions and his own while searching for his kidnapped son Ryder.
What kind of person would publish his father's autopsy results? I would. I am Will Bevis, the author of sometimes controversial short stories and articles such as Slow Foreplay on a Fast Bus, Who Won the War, Young Turk: A Dog Story That Will Make You Cry, and now, An Autopsy Letter: It Is What It Is. I will explain to you why I did it. You may not agree with me for having done it...but...maybe you will.