I began my autobiography with a story about how I became suicidal for several reasons. I’ll describe just one now. The fact is that what happened in the past – the trauma and injustice I experienced – has had an impact on my life in the here and now. This book is about how sometimes … Read more
This book is the second in a collection or series of autobiographical books. I dedicate this book to Lynn Denise Krupey (1967 – 2015). Lynn and I lived as husband and wife for years. We had a real meaningful life. While this is a book of poems it is also an autobiography. The book deals … Read more
Out of over five thousand six hundred autobiographies, my books rank #2 and #3. Here is an image below.
Never have the police gotten anything more wrong than when they convicted the victim of a violent crime as the perpetrator in that violent crime. Soaked in blood I sat in shock as they interrogated me. To say this was bizarre, surreal, and nightmarish is an understatement. In some cases of wrongful convictions, it’s about … Read more
A loving spouse. A healer. How does this person cope with evil villains willing to destroy everything? As the book opens, I was in a psychiatric hospital following a suicide attempt in December 2019. What starts as a simple conversation with another patient changed my life. Most of the rest of the book tells the … Read more
It is amazing that my book is ranked number 33 out of 5600 autobiographies on Wattpad. This is book 3 of a series of books. The first book, “Memoirs of a Healer/Clinical Social Worker – Autobiography of Bruce Whealton” is ranked #3 on Wattpad. It is sad when family members die before you are able … Read more