Book: Dear Kane; What I wish we would have said by Sharon K. Angelicicategories: Book, Short Story, LGBTQ Fiction, Family Relationships, Depression, Teen, Young Adult, Grief and Loss, Suicide Prevention
Sharon K. Angeliciabout this book: What do you do when the place you call home becomes the last place you feel safe; when your family doesn't understand that their words of intolerance and hate cut to your soul? Dear Kane; what I wish we would have said is a short story that explores this subject. It is an honest look at how children become the words that hurt them.
Inspired by her time as a volunteer, the author shares a story of loss and regret, of hope and redemption. When you're holding on to life with all your strength, in an attempt to be yourself, sometimes all you can do is be brave.
After listening to a mother share the story of her child's suicide, the author wrote this story to cope with the haunting memory. Dear Kane; what I wish we would have said was her way of putting that loss into perspective. It is the author's hope that this short story might help one child and parent come to understand that life is precious no matter how or who you are meant to be.
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