This is a collection of essays about my misadventures. I write humorously about bad luck, being a klutz, cars that hate me, life, love and family. I’ve broken both ankles twice, amputated my... More > right index finger and had it reattached. I’ve had the transmission fall out of a Dodge van while driving down the interstate. My teenage son wrecked my car, resulting in an E-Bay auction for the $2,000 French Fry, which caused the wreck.
If I couldn’t write about this stuff being funny, I’d be in a rubber room. INCLUDES:
*Not the Best Kind of Breaking News - Gravity hates me * Mechanical Mayhem - How I cut off my finger and lived to tell about it *A Roaring Fire - Boy - 1, Little Green Army Man - 0 *While My Flat-tar Gently Weeps - Square tires and bent rims *DMV - Or Diarrheal Mahatma Voodoo *Been to Hell - And Have the Lunch Receipt *Halloween Memories - Pirates of Hotpants< Less
Elizabeth Cunningham watched her parents applaud and smile as she graduated college. Two months later she watched their caskets being lowered into the ground. She is left to wonder - why had their... More > new car plunged into a ravine? Why had her father recently updated his Will, adding a strange postscript that directed her to move to the city? The codicil includes a note saying she would, “find the truth”.
Liz discovers nothing she was certain of is true. Her family was not the strong, loyal unit she thought she knew. Both of her best friends have been hiding things from her. Dirty politics, the CIA, and giant corporate interests could end her dreams and put her life and the lives of her friends and family in danger.
Worst of all, her parents’ deaths may not have been an accident.
Her beliefs will be assaulted when she has an encounter with a ghost, a mysterious Tarot reading, and discovers her father’s top-secret connections to the paranormal.< Less