Enjoy a clip from E. M. Duesel’s book, WILDFLOWERS. Children suffer at the hands of their parent’s shortcomings. Sometimes it’s unintentional, but the scars remain. ~ E. M. Duesel
Lives of chronically homeless individuals are short. A few of the people whose personalities were modeled in the book’s characters have passed while on the streets. I was honored to have known them and to walk with them through their personal struggles. ~ E. M. Duesel
Bogimill, not only is Rush Pena’s teacher, but she is his closest friend, outside of Janie. Together, they formed la Cantina, the local food bank and were partners in every sense. ~ E. M. Duesel
DEFINITION OF RACISM: prejudice, discrimination, or antagonism directed against a person or people based on their membership in a particular racial or ethnic group, typically one that is a minority or marginalized.
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Now presenting the opening to I Am Angel by E. M. Duesel
Love is eternal. It travels through lifetimes in different forms until it finds its end. ~ E. M. Duesel
“Intelligence research most often focuses on the flashes of lightning seen in this rare population, however, in order to serve [people with social behavioral disorders] fully we must not neglect to acknowledge the rumbles of thunder that follow in the wake of their brilliance.”
~ Kinase, Kolb, Tetreault, and Barowski, 2017
GET ABSORBED!!! E. M. Duesel’s books tell the stories of people who are just trying to live life, but reality butts in. Fun characters fill the pages as well as thrilling plot twists.