Assisted suicide is never an easy option but for Asher, who was living his dream, the option seemed the only choice.
At twenty-three years old Asher was well on his way to being number one on the golf circuit when suddenly a careless drunk driver hit him, leaving him unable to move. Without use of his limbs there was no way he'd swing a golf club again and without that he was no one.
Follow Asher as he makes a heart breaking decision and tells his family.
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About the Author
Sarah Butland was born in Ontario, the year was 1982. She was moved to New Brunswick for over 15 years and now resides at home in Nova Scotia, Canada. Butland has been married to her high school sweetheart and has a superstar son named William. Besides home schooling and working part time, Sarah finds time to follow her dream of being an author and teaching others that they can do the same. Butland started creating while still learning to walk and in years to follow was able to put a writing utensil to paper to document her creations before they were completely lost. Of course, her first manuscripts were in dire need of editing but she didn’t seem to mind nor did her readers. The first “big break” for Butland came when she was still a teenager feeling like she was unlike every other teenager she knew. She heard from a poetry contest that her poem “Wrong Shell” would be published in their anthology; would she kindly send them thousands of dollars to continue on in the finals. Butland’s parents refused. So began the struggle of discovering which awards were actually earned not bought. Limiting herself to contest submissions from then on, Sarah Butland realized her career of writing would be a difficult struggle no matter the talent she held inside or was forced out. Many stories, attempts at novels and thousands of ideas later, Butland created BananaBoy and the Adventures of Sammy was born with Sending You Sammy, her first published children’s book. Then came Brain Tales – Volume One, a collection of short stories Arm Farm, her current literary pride and joy and Blood Day - the Short Story and the Novella. Butland’s next accomplishment planned to be winning the Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award which would then be mentioned among her most joyous literary accomplishments. Unfortunately she didn’t win the 2011 award but is now working on new and greater things. Thanks for reading, Sarah Butland