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A LONG DAY'S JOURNAL INTO NIGHT By Curtis D. Bennett
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Excerpts of Journals by Jill, about life, living, raising kids, dealing with parents, and trying to find yourself as life's journey passes all too swiftly. These journals were compiled following her... More > death in 2008.< Less
PICKING UP THE PIECES By Curtis D. Bennett
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Dealing with the death of your spouse/best friend is the most heart-wrenching, overwhelming experience of any person's life..EVER! After 30 years together, the author lost his wife, his best friend... More > and soul-mate. The process of dealing with this loss, pain, stress, agony, sorrow and bewilderment is chronicled, While wondering how to begin to start over, or whether to even try. It is brutally honest, and does not mince words or thoughts, even conversations with God, who is not the author's favorite deity based on past performance. Anyone who has gone through this tragedy will understand; those who have not, this may prepare you to deal with the process of picking up the pieces of your life again in your life after death. This is not easy nor simple but it can be done and this book may help. For one day you will have to deal with the death of someone you love as we all must. Nobody gets out of this alive.< Less
COMPLETING THE CIRCLE By Curtis D. Bennett
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COMPLETING THE CIRCLE, deals with recovering from the death of a loved one. It deals with the year following death, one person's experience in trying to adjust to a new life, an empty life, and... More > sometimes, just trying to make it through the day. Anyone who has ever experienced the death of a loved one, will strongly identify with this work.< Less
THE PASSAGE By Curtis D. Bennett
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The Passage concerns the experience of a dying best friend, loved one, and spouse of thirty years now comatose in Hospice. It is chronicled by her husband's daily journal kept at her bedside. It ... More > details the frustration, anger, sorrow, rage, grief and soul-searching involved in dealing with death's unforgiving process. The book does not hold back on emotions and feelings nor mince words; rather is brutally honest and at times possibly harsh. The words originate from the breaking heart of someone out of options and facing his best friends imminent death. The journal reveals the raw pain, angst, heartbreak, frustration and sorrow which inevitably all human beings will face sooner or later in the future, without exception. "The Passage" will help people cope when faced with tragedy, and in some small measure let them know and understand they are not alone. For one day they too will make this passage through to the other side as will we all.< Less
PASSAGES (final) By Curtis D. Bennett
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PASSAGES concern the personal and emotional transformations and processes experienced by survivors when a loved one dies. There is a journey for both the dying and the living, as each of their... More > worlds drastically and forever change. The author, Curt Bennett, was the husband of Judith Loven-Bennett who peacefully passed away on October 7, 2008 at Lawrence Memorial Hospital after fourteen days of unconsciousness caused by the lack of oxygen to the brain. This book ranges in topics such as conversations with God; accepting reality; grief; anger; bargaining; denial; acceptance; compassion; stress and depression; to letting go and saying goodbye. There are no holds barred, no subject or question sacred or off limits, no deity held blameless. There were no answers to be found to these and other questions in any bookstore or reference library, so this book was written to help address and answer them.< Less
PALE MOON RISING By Curtis D. Bennett
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“PALE MOON RISING,” is about Marine combat flying in 1968 Vietnam. Why poetry? Flying is poetry in a blending of man and machine with nature, far above the earth in an environment as... More > harsh, merciless, and unforgiving as it is beautiful. War is brutal, harsh, merciless, ruthless, and final. But in War, Pilots bring their steel machines to life and launch up into the unknown. Together, they streak the vast, silent spaces of clear, blue, icy air. They turn hard, wheel, dive down and drop their bombs, then pull up again and perhaps, roll upside down. Afterwards they coax their steeds back to land, even though they might be shot full of holes and bleeding liquids, whereas a true military mind, may dictate a fast ejection. This is the spirit of combat flight; the dangerous experience which one cannot train for, nor can it be taught; it can only be experienced. If you ever wondered what it was truly like to fly in combat, after this book, perhaps, you will...understand.< Less
HARVEST MOON By Curtis D. Bennett
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HARVEST MOON is about coming home from Vietnam and trying to find out who you have become and if you can fit back into a society who thinks you are a piece of shit. Not one Congressman or Senator... More > lost a son in Vietnam. A war for nothing more than Politicians Pride and Presidential ego. Most of this book originated in the 70’s, as a way to expunge some of the toxic karma I carried back then as did most returning Vietnam Veterans. It remained tucked away in an old trunk until recently, when I dug it out and decided to publish it. The kids who fought in Vietnam were the same ilk as those protesting on the streets in America. The difference, they were drafted. 58,000 of them never came home from an unforgivable war orchestrated by our own Government. This book is about those who came home and how they were so disgracefully treated by an ungrateful nation.< Less
PALE MOON RISING By Curtis D. Bennett
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“PALE MOON RISING,” is about Marine combat flying in 1968 Vietnam. Why poetry? Flying is poetry in a blending of man and machine with nature, far above the earth in an environment as... More > harsh, merciless, and unforgiving as it is beautiful. War is brutal, harsh, merciless, ruthless, and final. But in War, Pilots bring their steel machines to life and launch up into the unknown. Together, they streak the vast, silent spaces of clear, blue, icy air. They turn hard, wheel, dive down and drop their bombs, then pull up again and perhaps, roll upside down. Afterwards they coax their steeds back to land, even though they might be shot full of holes and bleeding liquids, whereas a true military mind, may dictate a fast ejection. This is the spirit of combat flight; the dangerous experience which one cannot train for, nor can it be taught; it can only be experienced. If you ever wondered what it was truly like to fly in combat, after this book, perhaps, you will...understand.< Less

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