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Table Of Contents

A Prison Poet
Seeing the Light
Buddhism Behind Bars
Proud To Be a Chindian
There Is No Santa
The Man Scribbles of Big G
Pictures Don’t Lie
Species of a Lesser God
Stripped of My Masculinity
Staying Sane
Nobody’s Fault
Hopelessness for the Homeless
My Rapist Walks Free
Lifer
One Bad Decision
Talk About a Bad Week
I Am a Murderer
A Step in the Right Direction
Freedom From Addiction
This Too Shall Pass
Hope In the Written Word
Poetical Muralism
Escape from Maximum-Security
I Thought I Could Fix Him
A Three-Strikes Sojourn
There Are Consequences
Withdrawal
My Regret
First-Time Fizzle
Do It For You
A Special Bond
A Man Can Always Dream
But a Glance Away
Sexual Fantasy
Small Miracles
When the Cell Door Closes
Visited by Angels
Someone Saved My Life
The Day I Died
We Are Not Alone
Everything Happens for a Reason
A Taste of Honey
Smoking Saved His Life
Someone Knew My Pain
A Change In Outlook
Being Stabbed Saved Me
Matters of the Heart
My First at 41
Nowhere to Go
An Undeniable Connection
I Just Want to Forget
An Older Man
The Ultimate Forbidden Fruit
Four A.M
Love Advice from a Magazine
Love Is
The Prince Who Turned into a Frog
In Love with Another Woman
Aphrodite Gone Wrong
Living Separate Lives
I Fantasize about My Teacher
My Mississippi Man
Cake in Acapulco
Farewell
A Joining of Two, Not Two Hundred
When “Going Green” Gets Painful
Falling Out of Love
The Divorce That Never Was
Despite Diagnosis
Fighting the Ninja
A Tumor at 18
You Never Know
The Scar of Life
Fear
She Gave Me Hope
“Lights” Don’t Mean a Longer Life
The Slow and Silent Killer
Stopping the Spread of STDs
LIVE from Texas Death Row!
To Die or Not To Live
Check Out Day
When I Ceased to Exist
Deconstructing Nonna
The Final Countdown
A Requiem for Freddy
I Lost My Baby Boy
I Miss You, Dad
Accepting He’s Gone
A Parting Gift
Every Cloud Has a Silver Lining
Making Amends
Slash
Death Mask
Admitting I Am a Rapist
I Couldn’t Be What They Wanted
My Most Embarrassing Moment
Two Sides to Every Coin
My Struggles
The Truth
Better Off Not Knowing
Keeping the Demons at Bay
For Love or Religion
Words Speak Louder
After a Decade
Eerie Encounters
Who Wants to Be Alone?
Drowning
Dreams Reflect Reality
The Warnings
The Monster in My Dreams
I’ve Been Here Before
No Grim Reaper
Between Time and Space
I Saw It Happen
Back to My Body
A Different Level
The Mournful Guitar
I See Spirits
UFO Hunt
Creating Our Own Melting Pot
Do It the Legal Way
Patience is a Virtue
In Limbo
You’re Not Peruvian
My Nibble Out of The Big Apple
What I Learned from the British
Return to Paradise
The Other Emerald “Isle”
Taking It All In
The Toughest Job in the World
The Best Laid Plans
Through the Eyes of a Child
I Thought I Had Failed
Afraid to Be a Mom
The Hunt
Moments Frozen in Time
Shame
The Glove Compartment
Standing Up for Me and Ma
No More with the Neighbors
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100 Plus True Stories

100 Plus True Stories

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This book is the result of an ambitious project in which stories were submitted via the web site www.100plusts.com. This innovative experiment was successful in attracting people from all over the world, who were eager to share their experiences.
The best stories were selected for this book. These firsthand accounts, written as memoirs, anecdotes, or confessions, illustrate life’s many, varied aspects: Melvin was homeless at nine; Cynthia survived a car crash without a single scratch; Deborah survived cancer in her 20s; Nicola experienced déjà vu in Egypt; Norton tamed a “Cerberus”… These candid narratives make us laugh, cry, reflect, and remember.
These are true stories told by people like you. What’s your story?
This book is the result of an ambitious project in which stories were submitted via the web site www.100plusts.com. This innovative experiment was successful in attracting people from all over the world, who were eager to share their experiences.
The best stories were selected for this book. These firsthand accounts, written as memoirs, anecdotes, or confessions, illustrate life’s many, varied aspects: Melvin was homeless at nine; Cynthia survived a car crash without a single scratch; Deborah survived cancer in her 20s; Nicola experienced déjà vu in Egypt; Norton tamed a “Cerberus”… These candid narratives make us laugh, cry, reflect, and remember.
These are true stories told by people like you. What’s your story?

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