Many of you have probably been wondering where the heck I’ve been, blogging two, three times per month. Well, lately I’m going through a very hectic divorce. Yes, I’ve split up and moved away from my now ex-significant other. We shared four wonderful years together as a couple, gave birth to a scifi nut for a toddler, but with a 70% divorce rate in the United States, hey, sometimes these things are not meant to last. On June 10th (and maybe beyond), it’s all about who gets the custody and visitation and when and where (I’ll probably get the kid on the weekends). But New York Court can be a dragging process when it comes to this. I’d like to thank all of my friends I grew up with in Manhattan, my friends in Brooklyn, all of my very supportive friends–all 2,500 of you–on Facebook, for cheering me up, for being there for me. Even though there is more legal stuff ahead, a lot of you took the teary moments and depression away. I’d like to also thank you for your privacy concerning all these family matters at this time. Sometimes love is not meant forever. What this does mean, however, is I need to get my ass writing more when all this is over. I have a roof over my head. It’s a room… cozy… $500 a month with utilities (I know peeps), and for a Native New Yorker and Bohemian like myself it will suit me just fine. I feel as if I’ll get more work done now. Perhaps better work, as I’ll be able to concentrate. Oddly enough though, the way the visitation proceedings are playing out—minus the paranormal elements, of course—they’re roughly 70% similar to my first Amazon Kindle title: Visitation Rights.
VISITATION RIGHTS: by Lawrence Dagstine
for Amazon Kindle and most other Digital Readers/Platforms
Sometimes very small fragments of art imitate life…
…and sometimes very small fragments of life imitate art.
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Other Amazon Kindle & eBook Titles by Dagstine:
ISBN 13: 978-1-61572-008-1
ISBN 10: 1-61572-008-1
Welcome to my life…