The End of Her Story

Ten hours from now, Jodi will begin her journey to Perryville.  And I’ve just concluded my journey, at least half of it, from California.  There wasn’t a moment of my drive I wasn’t aware I was free.


I could have driven anywhere today, yet, the road I chose was the one that brought me back to Phoenix.  It’s a trip that signifies the beginning and the end.

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The last two years have been about fighting a battle.  About good over evil.  And justice in the wake of destruction.  But tomorrow is about the next chapter of our book.  Mine, yours and the Alexander’s.  It’s time to let go.  It’s time to start living.

Along my route Nick kept me company with some final thoughts about Jodi and authenticity.  Sit back and take a listen as we await the end of her story.

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3 Replies to “The End of Her Story”

    1. Hi Karen,

      We understand; we’re also a fan of paper books. Our narratives are a bit different though in that we want them to be interactive with our audience. We include several hyperlinks to photos, videos, documents, etc to enhance the reader’s experience. With that said, we’re aware that not everybody likes to use tablets or PCs for reading, so at some point in the near future we’ll likely be offering some of our titles in paper. Thanks for your patience.

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