When his father dies, Greg Charmant’s mother becomes addicted to anti-depression medicine. The middle of three boys, he is taken by the state and put into the foster system.
After his adult life falls apart, Greg decides to return to his childhood by restoring lost relationships. Unfortunately, he's too late.
His own childhood was empty, but he's determined not to have his son end up the same way.
Greg will return to the past, bring his future with him, to take control of his present. And to have the family he's always wanted.
This is a short story relating the childhood of the male main character in an upcoming full-length contemporary Southern women's fiction novel.
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About the Author
Fiona Druce resides in the Pacific Northwest with two daughters and a large neurotic dog. Her interests are singing, triathlons, molecular biology, qualitative chemistry, mechanical and aerospace engineering, and writing fiction. She’s positive there is somehow a connection in all that but she hasn’t found it, yet. Suggestions welcome.