A short fictional biography based on the true accounts of a man, his sexuality and his unrelenting feelings of helplessness.
**This story is also found in Short Stories & Such which is an anthology of short stories, flash fiction and poetry written by Janna Hill with contributions by Joe Hill.
Excerpt: A coward dies a thousand deaths; a brave man dies but once. Tom considered the modern adage and decided he preferred William Shakespeare’s version. A thousand wouldn’t cover it for him. He had longed for death at least that many times since the age of ten; by the age of forty he had quit counting.
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About the Author
Janna Hill is an American born author of fiction, short stories and poetry. Most of her career was spent as a licensed nurse before dabbling behind the literary scenes as a ghost writer. Her motto is, "Fans are just friends and family I haven't met... or wrote about yet." Janna currently resides in Texas.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
if you have ever been in love with a bisexual/homosexual man tortured by his past and essentially has no control of his own destiny you'll get this. if you're a gay man with secrets you can relate. some scenes are crude, frank and down right disgusting. Still worth the read.
This was an interesting read, great details and maybe too many details. I just DO NOT appreciate the author trying (subtly) to link childhood molestation as the cause of homosexuality. -Bornthisway