Lost Youth; A True Story


Well, its going as well as can be expected. My brand new true crime story Lost Youth is definitely on schedule for an April 2015 release.

This work deals with a murder from October of 1981 in Waterford, Michigan.

The book is filled with facts, emotion, and case study.  Everything in the book is true… and may I say gut wrenching?

I used all public information,  documentation and interviews in compiling the dramatic story.

Of course there’s a long way to go, and a lot of work to do, but when it’s finished, it will be a masterpiece.

This is been the most difficult book I’ve ever written and has been emotionally very trying. You’ll see for yourself in April.

Now it’s back to work…..

We Suffer…..Together


I am a sufferer of anxiety and panic attacks. I am one of many millions in our country that suffers from this horrible affliction.

I know… its not cancer or Lou Gehrig’s disease or any other actual life threatening ailment, but it is one of the scariest things a person can feel.  Rapid heart beats, trouble breathing, dizziness, and many other symptoms accompany the panic attack.

If you’ve ever had a panic attack or anxiety attack, then you know exactly where I’m coming from. If you’ve never experienced such a thing, consider yourself lucky, and have patience with the sufferer.

I don’t understand why this has to be a part of my life, but it is, and I have been trying to deal with it for 25 years. Sometimes the simplest tasks are the hardest things in the world. Yet I keep trying.

I continue to travel around the state of Michigan doing my book shows, but for the people that take that for granted, it’s a challenge for me every single time. For me, it’s much more than just driving down the road and setting up my space; it’s a battle within my mind.

This does not make me any less of a person. As a matter of fact, I would like to think that it’s actually making me stronger. It’s hard for me to believe that sometimes, but I have to hang onto something.

I meditate, do breathing exercises, and pray. I also go to therapy every week. I’m doing what I can to try to help myself feel better.

For all the anxiety and panic sufferers in this world, try not to give up hope. As painful as it is, you can and will get through it… every time!

I would like to hear from you if you suffer the same maladies. It helps to get it out and talk about it.

I’m not ashamed of myself, nor do I beat myself up over having this affl
iction. I simply try to take one step at a time and move forward through this life.

Hang in there, as this is not indicative of our true personalities.

HUGE BLOWOUT SALE


From September 1-30, all of my EBooks will be on sale.

Nook Books (Barnes and Noble) 2.99

Amazon Kindle 2.99

This is your big chance to pick up my titles for a great price!  Take advantage today and see if you don’t live my work!

Good reading folks.

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Behind the Brick


What’s happening in our country? Is it going to get worse? Are we as a people being phased out?

All the answers lie within the pages of Shaun Webb’s stirring and thought-provoking novel Behind the Brick.

Get your copy today!!

Www.amazon.com/author/shaunwebb

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Why people, why?


Who are these monsters that sneak around on the internet saying nasty things and sending nasty pictures to people who have lost loved ones?

They are bullies who hide behind the keypad. They get their rocks off by making other people more miserable than they already are.

A few years ago, an 18-year-old girl, Nikki Catsouras, crashed her dad’s car and was violently killed. So what did some brainiacs on the internet do? They sent horrifying pictures of the dead daughter to her parents email accounts. How much hate do you have to have inside you to do such a thing? The parents had to get off the internet and homeschool their other daughter in fear that she would be subjected to the same treatment at school.

I’m really sick and tired of people being so mean. Now Robin Williams young daughter Zelda is the new subject of harassment since her dad’s death. People have gone as far as to send fake dead pictures of her father to her social media accounts. Why?

It’s time for Twitter, Facebook and the other sites to get these hateful, nasty people offline. Harassing somebody online is no different than mocking them in person and should be treated as such.

Our country is a wonderful place to live, but I’m not so sure about some of the people that live in it.

It’s easy to hide behind a keyboard, but it shows true cowardice to behave in such an irresponsible way.

The same goes for people who leave threatening comments online for targets to see. Again I ask why? Some people can brush it off with no problem but a lot of people get very hurt.

Why? PEOPLE, why?