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Broken

Broken

by Dean Skinner

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A contemporary short story about the ageless battle between good and evil, Broken explores themes of self-doubt, darkness, and the supernatural, while weaving in elements of horror and hope. It's an easy, quick paced narrative with an "Aha moment" ending. If you like M. Night Shyamalan's The Sixth Sense, you will love Broken.

Dale has it all by today's standards. Good job, good looking, and recently single. He's a hot-shot art director in the hottest ad agency in Cleveland. A big change from his roots in small town West Virginia. Yet, Dale is miserable and has no idea why, what, or who is influencing his happiness and ultimately, his destiny. There is war going on. The battlefield is Dale's mind. The prize is his soul.



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BN ID: 2940156579143
Publisher: Dean Skinner
Publication date: 07/01/2019
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 521,757
File size: 298 KB

About the Author

Dean is from Bridgeport, West Virginia and lives in Cleveland, Ohio with his wife, two children and giant, fluffy Sheepadoodle. A graphic design major, Dean had a respectable, twenty-plus year career in advertising when, in the fall of 2012, while losing a battle with depression, he returned to his childhood love of art and started painting again. Since then, Dean has painted close to one hundred large-format paintings, has had his work displayed in numerous galleries, and has had his painting of beloved Cleveland street musician, Maurice Reedus Jr, used for the 2014 film documentary, The Saxman. If you’d like to see Dean’s artwork, you can do so at instagram.com/deanskinner.

In November of 2018, Dean went to 20Books Vegas, a yearly gathering of some of the publishing industry’s most notable self-published authors. Here, Dean was so moved and inspired by this talented group of people that three months later, he finished writing his first draft of Broken.  

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