Letters to the Editor: Euthanasia

Letters to the Editor: Euthanasia

by Robert Edwards
     
 
Hometown opinions on the controversial dilemma of Euthanasia.

A young woman is faced with a life-changing decision: Whether or not to pull the plug on her comatose Father. An article about the issue sparked all kinds of commotion from all corners of Dailey County, in the mid-eastern piedmont of North Carolina. Thoughts differ, fires are fueled, and lives are

Overview

Hometown opinions on the controversial dilemma of Euthanasia.

A young woman is faced with a life-changing decision: Whether or not to pull the plug on her comatose Father. An article about the issue sparked all kinds of commotion from all corners of Dailey County, in the mid-eastern piedmont of North Carolina. Thoughts differ, fires are fueled, and lives are changed through letters to the editor of the weekly paper.

You'll hear from:

An aging religious woman who is happily married to an incapacitated spouse.

A mother and her young son, who, even at the brisk age of 10 has a strong opinion on the subject (and a story to tell).

A renowned member of the medical community that has his own battle to fight, and first-hand experience.

An anonymous letter that'll rile the neighbors and shake you to your core.

Dailey County Weekly Times. Letters To The Editor. October 28th, 2009.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940012318770
Publisher:
Robert Edwards
Publication date:
03/25/2011
Series:
Dailey County Weekly Times: Letters to the Editor , #1
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
19 KB

Meet the Author

Robert Edwards was born in a small town in western North Carolina. He's spent his entire life there, growing up, doing things, moving from place to place, only to end up as a lowly wannabe writer/artist, setting up shop in bookstores, coffee shops, and waffle houses; Anyplace he could find free wifi, and an electrical outlet. He tried the whole school thing, but it didn't pan out. And he's a virgin. Who knew?

All he really wants to do is get into the film business, but for right now, he does what he's told; dead end jobs that make him enough money to pay for food, a place to stay, and enough gas to get him back to his dead-end job.

Every. Single. Day.

But he's passionate, and, one day, hopes to make it big. At least enough to be able to do his art, his way, with nothing holding him back.

He's also a liar, procrastinator, and damn sexy.

-Not Robert.

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