Tuesday, November 18, 2014
When a family is in danger of self-destructing. A story of hope--ROSKILL.
What would you do if a member of your family became involved in the dark world of ‘P?’ (Methamphetamine). The sad truth is that for many families, that is something happening on a daily basis. What happens to the family, the employment of the family member who makes this choice? Who can you turn to? For the teenage children, what are the options? ROSKILL, by Neil Coleman, explores this sad scenario. Roskill is a book that offers hope, when there appears to be a huge void for... a family. It is a story of courage, when giving in could have been the easier option. ROSKILL is for all families, parents and their teenage children, for the grandparents because they too are a vital link in the support systems for families. You can get a copy of this book via my website www.authorneilcoleman.com or by hitting on the link http://www.amazon.com/dp/047325655X for an eBook version. Feel free to contact me direct at firstname.lastname@example.org For libraries (Schools and public) there is also the link www.allbooksnz.com Thanks Neil