About the Book
Curtstride is a story of an individual’s life journey as they view, learn, and explore as a loner or an outsider. The story centers on your individualistic views, behavior, irrational as you take on the immense challenges and obstacles that will face you being all by yourself. It gives you insight into how unique you are as a person and what concepts are needed for a better outlook of who you are, what you’re capable of, and what you can do to receive a better quality of life when alone. Done in 2nd person narrative, you will learn about your true self internally, your viewpoints dealing with society, and your physical attributes with your health. You will also be guided with an introspective of your inner strength. Each experience represents an animal instinct as you’re living vicariously through their mind and vision as you handle the pressures and rigorous ways of life. Throughout the story, you can incorporate and apply to your everyday activities as you walk through contemporary society as a Lone Wolf and appreciate what other people may perceive as different or unique. There are examples of subject matter and ideas, advice, and game plan approach to the individual to make their journey seemingly reliable and effortless. This applies to the young, teenager, adult, and elderly. Whatever job or business you obtain and what your true beliefs are surrounded by. This journey is for everyone.
About the Author
I was born in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. I’ve enlisted in the military for 8 years, graduated from the University of Alabama with a BS in Communications. In addition to studying social and behavioral psychology, I have conducted interviews and research for various projects. I own and operate a business in the Florida panhandle doing home inspections and insurance claims adjusting. My education includes 7 years of private tutoring. I’m also a contributor to the hunger relief organization Feeding America whose mission is to feed anyone who is facing hunger with food banks and meal programs. I’m studying to become a life-coach. I have a son and a daughter, who’s currently in college. I love pets and I love children. I frequently write short stories to hone my skills and I often travel cross country and internationally to explore different aspects of cultures and people. I am learning to play the acoustic guitar and keyboard.