About Book

Reflections

Kyle Reed is a young man struggling to cope with the recent changes made in his life. He thought he had the world in the family he’d created with his wife Angel. He thought that nothing could come between the bond that they shared, yet she sent him through trials that were too heavy for the heart to bear.

The Columnist

As a columnist, Kyle has an outlet to vent his frustrations about the world that’s changing around him.  More importantly, the world that has changed in his home. When Kyle tries to move forward with his life and settle on a single-parent life, he takes a journey of self-discovery. That path leads him to reflect on the past eight months that have led him to this point today. Drama follows Kyle at every turn.

If hell hath no fury like a woman scorned, then what does that say of a man scorned?

Every day young men and women are confronted with challenges and choices that can make or break their future. As these choices are made, it is important for them to be able to interact with someone who has been there and done that and who has similar goals and objectives.

About the Book 

“Reflections: The Chronicles of a Man Scorned” gives an account of what can happen in a young person’s life when decisions are made hastily.

My Goal

I began writing “Reflections: The Chronicles of a Man Scorned”, my goal was to find a way to express myself so that I could review my actions and reduce the pain of an unfortunate breakup. Since that time, I feel I can provide insight for other teenagers/young adults who are struggling with their relationships. Learn from me. I am 30 years old; devoting my energy to making a difference in the lives of young adults and the community; divorced with a seven year old daughter.

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