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Donating Profits From Book Sales


ACLU (American Civil Liberties Union)
CRLA (California Rural Legal Assistance)
Planned Parenthood
Southern Poverty Law Center

I’ve published 2 novels, and this month — February 2017 — I’ll donate all profits from book sales to these organizations, dedicated to full rights and equality for all. Please spread the word! For each book sold, you, your family members, your colleagues and your friends will be contributing.

Hollywood High: Achieve The Honorable

Caroline Black, 15, leaves her college prep academy for the local public high school, which opens her world. I wrote this novel in reaction to seeing gay students bullied.


This novel continues to follow Caroline Black, now a rookie psych intern treating her first patient — a stormy, brilliant, troubled young man who grew up in the circus. I wrote this novel in support of same-sex parents, as a voice against the stigma of therapy, and from my deep respect (actually awe) for the human capacity to heal.

Both novels are available on Amazon as ebooks. They can be put on a Kindle, or any electronic device using Amazon’s Free Reading Apps. The novels cost $2.99, and each book sale helps! I’ll donate 100% of my profits for this month to the American Civil Liberties Union, California Rural Legal Assistance, Planned Parenthood, Southern Poverty Law Center.

Together, we can make a difference!

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