Jimmy Sax has a guardian angel whose help he refuses to accept when he's bullied at school. Jimmy fears standing up to the bullies is social suicide so he decides to stay quiet hoping the bullies will give up. When they don't, and the situation grows more desperate, Jimmy realizes he needs help, but is it too late?
Based upon a series of actual events this story deals with a very serious issue affecting all age groups and segments of society. Bullying.
Our world is filled with wonderful, kind people but also people who feel the need to bully others to gain some real or perceived advantage. In reality bullying is often a power struggle, or are an expression of the bullies own feelings of inadequacy.
While this story involves young adults in a school setting bullying affects all people whether they be young, old, gay, straight, family, acquaintances, the workplace, or an educational institution.
The consequences of bullying can sometimes lead to all sorts of issues in the lives of those being bullied.
Please support anti-bullying measures in your community and call out the bullies to help us enjoy a better, healthier world for all.
Thank you for making a difference.
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About the Author
His latest science fiction satire set in the far future, Revenge of the Lushites, is a sequel to Attack of the Lushites released in 2011. The latest title in the series was released in the fall of 2013. Both titles are available in e-book and trade paperback.
He has sold several short stories that have appeared in anthologies from various publishers including; WMG Publishing, Pocket Books, and St. Martins Press.
He is a member of SF Canada and is past president of the Greater Vancouver Chapter of Romance Writers of America. He is also an alumni of the Oregon Coast Professional Fiction Writers Master Class taught by award winning author/editors, Kristine Katherine Rusch and Dean Wesley Smith.
Feel free to contact him on Facebook, Twitter, or his website http:www.russcrossley.com. He loves to hear from readers.