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  • My latest novel is titled TWO SIDES TO THE STORY: Living A Lie. It is a 400 page, true story of a life,
    of a lie, of a journey to the darkest depths of your greatest fears. There are two sides to everyone's life. Imagine having to live only one side of your life, masked within a lie so profound that, if revealed,
    would literally destroy you.

    They say that where there's a will, there's a way, but in the midst of facing your biggest demons,
    when life is in jeopardy, and a hope and a prayer are all that can save you, how do you find
    "the way", when the biggest obstacle you must face is yourself?

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    • I want to say thank you for being so brave to share your story. So many people will be touched and benefit from hearing your story. Reading about your giving … inspired me even more. I hope you can give me the chance to give to you. I find it inspiring that even though you have had so much difficulty with things, your attitude and positive outlook on life has always shone through.

      Sean Haughian
      Ottawa

      Sean Haughian
    • When I started your book, I couldn’t put it down. What an amazing, incredibly gut-wrenching story it is. I can only imagine what a hard, long and difficult journey this has been for you, but I can’t tell you how proud I am that you had the courage and strength to tell your story and try to change the stigma around mental illness. Every journey begins with one small step and I wish you nothing but success. I will recommend this book to everyone I know, and if it helps one person to seek the help they need or change their attitude about mental illness, your book will have been a success.

      Sandy Mussio
      Belleville

      Sandy Mussio
    • Less than 19 hours, minus 8 hours of sleep and an hour or two of getting the kids ready for school and chores around the house. That’s how long it took me to read your book. I was meant to catch-up on household things, but somehow your book called to me … so much for all that “catch-up” I was hoping to accomplish! I cannot even begin to try and capture what your book has meant to me.

      Chantal Robichaud
      Montreal

      Chantal Robichaud
    • Your novel has been an engrossing read; your journey is a testament to all that is truly important in each person’s story and how important faith, family, friends and proper health care are so important to each and every one of us. I know that you will make a positive difference in the lives of anyone who is suffering. Your family – your sister, mother, and father are the best example of true love, compassion, and empathy that I have read about.

      Tanya Curtis
      Ottawa

      Tanya Curtis
    • I just finished reading your book. I want to tell you I loved it, I loved every page of it. It’s so well written and it’s honest and it’s very touching. It was like every page was competing to get into the story.

      Sam Berns
      Ottawa

      Sam Berns
    • I finished your book and it was truly amazing and it touched my heart, Chris.

      Tammy Sharp
      Ottawa

      Tammy Sharp
    • I read your Prologue, just the Prologue, and I started to cry. No, ball my eyes out! Then, I held it together and started reading your book late Saturday night. Thank goodness Mother’s Day was Sunday! I was able to read most of the day …. After supper, I got ready for bed so I could read some more. At midnight, I forced myself to turn off the lights. Your book is amazing/not amazing (it made me sad). It’s so easy to read/not so easy to read (it made me cry). Inspiring/educational/informative! Man, can you write and write well!! You are one helluva person. Strong. You are strong … and brave.

      Christine Gelfand
      Ottawa

      Christine Gelfand
    • It’s just awesome what you’ve done … not just because you’ve suffered so much, but also because of your bravery in letting the world know, and in continuing to push through this. Also, because of the help your story will provide to who knows how many people in similar situations! That’s a legacy that you will leave, for sure. The impact you will leave on this planet will far outdo any that others that might appear to be more “successful” will leave.

      John Falsetto
      Ottawa

      John Falsetto
    • When I got your book, I honestly didn’t know what I would indulge myself in. Nevertheless I was excited when I got it and have barely been able to put it down since. Your story is beautiful and at times it brought me to tears. I can honestly say your story has helped me in a way with my own struggles. Your struggles are so much more than I have ever gone through, but your strength has showed hope for not only myself but for all of your readers. Your book was enjoyable and your story was amazing. I absolutely adored your book, it was very passionate and powerful.

      Chantal Allain (grade 9 student)
      Ottawa

      Chantal Allain
    • So I’ll admit to something here, in my entire life, I have not read more than possibly 2 books. And each book has taken an eternity to finish. How is this possible you ask? I dunno. Well my friend, I have read over 300 pages of your book since yesterday. I can’t put it down! I’ve had a few good laughs and a fair share of tears reading your book in the past 24 hours. You’re an incredibly courageous and inspiring guy. Thank you for helping me to gain valuable insight into the world of mental illness and its devastating effects.

      Dan
      Ottawa

      Dan
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