He never told what went on behind closed doors. But this time, he can’t remember.
Things never have been easy for Steven. He accepts that, and just makes the best of things. He might not have parents or a happy home. Or enough to eat most days. But at least he has a couple of loyal friends who stand by him and help out when they can. At least he has school, someplace he can go to escape the abuse.
But just when he thought things couldn't get much worse, they did.
Steven is accused of murder. But that isn't the worst part. The really bad part is not even knowing if he did it.
— I couldn't stop reading
— The chilling tale of domestic violence and Steven's struggle to overcome his traumatic experiences, "Don’t Forget Steven" is a fast-paced, compelling read that keeps the reader on the edge from beginning to end
— An interesting and insightful peek into Steven's life and what it is like to be abused... I really loved this book and would read it again.
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About the Author
Award-winning author P.D. Workman writes riveting young adult/suspense fiction about mental illness, addiction, and violence. For as long as P.D. Workman can remember, the blank page has held an incredible allure. After a number of false starts, she finally wrote her first complete novel at the age of twelve. It was full of fantastic ideas. It was the spring board for many stories over the next few years. P.D. Workman is a devout wife and a mother of one, born and raised in Alberta, Canada. She is a homeschooler and an Executive Assistant. She has a passion for art and nature, creative cooking for special diets, and running. She love to read, to listen to audio books, and to share books out loud with her family. She is a technology geek with a love for all kinds of gadgets and tools to make her writing and work easier and more fun. In person, she is far less well-spoken than on the written page and tends to be shy and reserved with all but those closest to her.