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when your days are numbered you should make every day count                                                                                                           the world shifted is now available for purchase

Ten years ago my wife, Mary Northcutt, went into the hospital for a routine colonoscopy. Three hours later she left the hospital under a death sentence. That was the day our world shifted on its axis. She was given one year to live. She took more than six, and we got every bit of life possible out of those years. She taught me, and everyone she knew, how to live. THE WORLD SHIFTED is a love story. It is a story of friendship and faith. It is a story of courage and hope. Most of all, it is the story of Mary Northcutt, who left too soon, and of me, who was left behind.

 

i will donate $1 for every copy of the world shifted to cancer research at Karmanos Cancer Institute and MD Anderson

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rebound, a detroit mystery, is now available!

You can get your copy here: Amazon.com

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Welcome to my world. Please come in and look around. Here you will find my latest essays, fiction, and travelogues, as well as archived works. Feel free to sign the guestbook, and add comments about what you've read. More than just a warehouse for my words, I want this website to be a forum, a virtual salon where all opinions are welcome, where all criticisms will be read. I like to think of myself as someone still capable of learning, changing and growing. I hope you think of yourself that way, too.   If so, please join the discussion. Together we can help reshape our world.

 

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