The famous Vegas story. A story so mentally debilitating for me at the time, I decided a book needed to be written about it.
I’m not going to go into the details of this book. I want you to read it. But I am going to talk about why I wrote it.
I felt that if something like this can happen to someone so completely undeserving, the story needed to be written. I wanted everyone who had anything so fucked up happen to them, know that regardless of the circumstances, they will be ok.
You can do literally everything right, and the world can still bend you over and fuck you with a porcupine.
I needed the world to know that this type of emotional/mental trauma does not last forever. Regardless of how bad you think life gets, things do get better.
Looking back now, I’m not the same person I was 12 years ago. I’m sad to say that I had to do a lot of growing up rather quickly; when I definitely wasn’t ready to grow.
Maybe it’s made me harder. I think I’m an angrier person now. I don’t trust people like I used too. But that could also be because people are assholes and humanity is constantly on fire.
This book takes you down every emotion imaginable. It’s about self-discovery, adventure, struggling and finding yourself. The hard knock life of military, taking chances, falling down, and sometimes not getting back up for a while. And you know what? That’s ok. Because life isn’t a fairy tale and sometimes things just suck.
This book was written with probably 50 bottles of wine. Laughter, tears as I had to relive some of my darkest days. Pride for all that was accomplished. And a sense of relief that the journey, though highly anticipated, had finally come to an end.
For $3.99 you can’t go wrong. You probably can not buy your favorite Starbucks drink on that. And I can assure you, you’ve spent more on worse shit than a book.
So happy reading. Thank you for taking a chance on me. And know that you are about the enter a very raw and vulnerable side to my life that you can probably relate too in more ways than one. [mailerlite_form form_id=1]