by Janet Trull
Losing a loved one to addiction and the unsurmountable grief that follows cannot be aptly defined by linear, literal description.
In Once A Storm, acclaimed short fiction writer Janet Trull nimbly and thoughtfully depicts the loss experienced by a parent who loses a child. When there are no words that can do the heart justice and the waves continue push and tug, the author offers up that which will not fade nor be washed away: the certainty of love.
“Janet has a keen eye for human nature and a soft spot for human weakness.”– Toronto Star
M. C. Joudrey
You Mean Everything is as relevant and tender as when the needle first touched wax.
Janet Trull, Michael Benjamin Brown
The small town is a haven in an unruly world.