The unexamined life is not worth living. Imagination is more important than knowledge. A word to the wise aint necessary its the stupid ones that need the advice. At the time I thought it was ridiculous. His way of showing off or making himself seem much more worldly than he actually was.
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She writes real-life horror and refers to her work as: Fiction with Mean-ing. Stories teach lessons and Paige hopes that awareness through fiction creates prevention. Paige will continue to write stories about young children who need to overcome adversity and then take Amazon: amzn.
Her goal through fiction is to get readers so invested in the story and characters you will become one with the tome. You will shed tears of joy, grief, rage and horror. You will be emotionally invested in the outcome. She wants her readers to be thinking about the story long after they have turned the last page.
Some may say why write about such controversial and difficult subjects. So buckle up and take a Paige Dearth life changing journey. It may take you into a new world of renewed enlightenment to make a difference and change the life of a child. This novel has been the catalyst for her writing platform.
It is the darkest version of who she could have become, had fate not intervened in the nick of time. It presents a fine balance between what lives on in her imagination and the evil that lurks in the real world. These are the children of the streets, who have learned pain and suffering before they ever had a chance to experience life.
Do not ignore their cries for help, for all they wish is that you will rescue them.
BELIEVE LIKE A CHILD
The remainder of this book is fiction. At sixteen, after the death of her only friend, Alessa finds herself isolated at home with her uncle. Unable to live there, she runs away. Alone on the streets of North Philadelphia, she encounters more people who hurt her.
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