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Book Title and Descriptions
DIM: Did It Myself
Take a look into a world of unkept promises. Where the "I wills" and "You deserve it" are not as they seem. What can one do when every path is blocked? Simple. Do It Yourself. So I did.
Becoming an Abled Veteran
After my military service, I am learning to become more than a diagnosis and disability rating.
A Little Bit Gay
Toxic relationships are everywhere. However, people don't seem to understand that parents can be just as much of a plague as a friend. See what happens when love that turns out to be a little bit gay clashes with a strained parent child relationship.
United States Marine Corps (Enlisted Conus)
Life as an active duty Marine within the Continental United States between 2014-2018. Military Police stationed in Missouri during the Ferguson riots and California.
Sexuality is often said to be fluid, but most people don't consider the possibility of not finding anyone that kind of attractive.
Being the American Dream
What is it like to be raised as an adult and being the embodiment of what your parents consider the American Dream
The Newyorican Muslim that eats pork and has identity issues.
Stamped as the lost child because I can not self-identify as anything. In a family whose religion is Muslim and race is Puerto Rican Cuban and Black. But they have trouble seeing me with men that are white.
Identifying as an artist, I am open to sharing stories and answering questions about my life and art.
There and Back Again
The story of a man, who left upstate New York in hopes of adventure, and ended up on a 60 mile-long island in the subtropics with a family, and speaking another language
It Never Goes as Expected
As of 2019 I have been out as transgender for four years, and for the majority people accept me with no problems. That wasn't always the case, especially when I first came out. From teachers at school to my mother at home, some were accepting and others not so much.
Autistic, Christian, and able to succeed
I'm Autistic and Christian. I also have some other mental health and physical issues none of those things are inherently negative nor can then stop me.
Don't Control Me
Religion vs Love
We are Powerful
How I turned pain from abuse into power. I was taken away from my biological parents at 3 and into foster care. I was adopted at the age of 5. I came out as gay and was put into reparative therapy.
Instead of living in pain and anger, I wanted to live in love and beauty. I continue to work towards turning my pain into power through vulnerability, exploring my triggers, and choosing love over hate.
Surviving Domestic Violence
My world turned upside down when verbal and physical abuse in my family was finally bad enough.
The Way of a Native
What it's like to have native Colombian roots but an American environment