Tag: suicide

Paul, Big, and Small by David Glen Robb

Paul, Big, and Small by David Glen Robb

Paul Adams has always been short, but he’s an excellent rock climber. And his small size means he can hide from the bullies that prowl the halls of his high school. Top on his list of “People to Avoid” are Conor, from his Language Arts class, Hunter, who hangs around the climbing gym, and Lily Small, who happens to be the tallest girl in school. […]

October 2, 2019 / 0 Comments
Brother’s Keeper by Christa Jaussi

Brother’s Keeper by Christa Jaussi

This fictional book is based on the author’s experience of losing her brother to suicide when she was only 15 years old. Follow Jordyn’s journey as she discovers the difficulties of life after a tragedy. Feeling all of the emotions, her faith is tested. Jordyn struggles to come to terms with the “new normal” of life, and processing who she now is becomes a daily […]

July 18, 2019 / 0 Comments
When the Truth Unravels by RuthAnne Snow

When the Truth Unravels by RuthAnne Snow

Last month, Elin tried to kill herself. She knows she’s lucky that her parents found her in time. Lucky to be going to prom with her three best friends, like any other teen. Like it never happened. And if she has anything to say about it, no one but her best friends will ever know it did. Jenna, Rosie, and Ket will do anything to […]

January 8, 2019 / 0 Comments
North Oak: Far Turn by Ann Hunter

North Oak: Far Turn by Ann Hunter

A silent killer has come to North Oak. EHV is taking the lives of the farm’s best and brightest. Alex, Brooke, and Dejado must team together to save Promenade and Morning Glory, or be devastated by the virus. Already rocked by Carol’s absence over the summer, Alex’s time with Dejado kindles first romance. But when Carol returns at summer’s end, she’s grown up and Alex […]

May 8, 2017 / 0 Comments
Contact by Laurisa White Reyes

Contact by Laurisa White Reyes

It takes only half a second… …Like those commercials where a crash test dummy rockets forward at high speed and slams into a wall. …In that instant, every thought in Emma Lynn Walsh’s head collides with mine—every thought, memory, hope, disappointment and dream. …I open my eyes to see Dr. Walsh peering at me, a puzzled expression on her face. “Let—go—of—me,” I order though clenched […]

March 12, 2016 / 0 Comments