Strange events surround Constance. She sees shadows and gains time. Key moments in her life become entangled with bizarre distant worlds. As you enter the reality of Constance normal events take on... More > deeper meanings. Alien abduction, near death experiences, drug induced hallucinations and terminal illness, all become gateways to a distant world. There is life out there in the Universe, strange and unimaginable life surviving on worlds we may never physically reach. To some people however, distance isn't measured by space alone. Constance is on a mission of self understanding. Each personal tragedy takes Constance closer to learning her true nature. Finally, having transported herself to a distant planet moments before death, she's free to discover her true potential. Is that really enough? In a near perfect society, thousands of light years away and perhaps millions of years in her future, all she really wants is to go home.< Less
Stanley thought nothing in life could be more difficult than divorce but when Cathy rolled into his world, with a car load of small problems, the over worked mechanic discovered a whole new world of... More > trouble.
Few things in life carry the venom of a woman scorned. Can love survive the onslaught of false accusations? In an intolerant society Stanley must find depths of strength he never knew existed.
While this story highlights the bias against one set of victims it is not intended to detract, in any way, from the many genuine cases of child abuse; their voice must continue to be heard.
Having witnessed several real world examples of innocent parents being victimized I began research and finally committed my time to writing ‘She gets me.’ My hope is to demonstrate a variety of social monsters in a world, which till recently, saw the topic in black and white.
Leon Gower.< Less