Conversations with Street People

final 3Gotta Find a Home: Conversations with Street People will be available by June 1st! I can’t tell you what a joy it has been to work with author/blogger, Dennis Cardiff. The man has infinite patience and kindness. His collection of conversations with the homeless in his neighborhood reads like a novel, but is factual in content (names and locations have been changed). Dennis stops by to visit with the people you will meet in this book almost every morning and every afternoon. They have, in his words, “become like family.” He chronicles their ups and downs and everyday happenings. As you turn the pages, you never know what is going to happen next.

I hope you all will join Dennis on this enlightening and heartwarming journey through the world of the people we so often ignore or write off as hopeless cases. You will grow to love them, and some of them you will not like very much, but you will find that at the core, these street people are human beings who deserve to be treated as such. They love and lose, just as we all do. They struggle to survive in a world that is often very much against them. But most of all, the characters in this book are family to one another.

If you would like updates on this book (and the two that will follow it!), be sure to follow our blog or join our mailing list.

Have a wonderful day and be kind to everyone,

Karen

About Karen Y. Hamilton

Karen leads workshops in Creative Writing, Poetry and Journal Therapy, and Memoir Writing. She has studied genealogy and personal histories since 1987, lecturing and leading workshops on Memoir Writing and Journaling to the community since 1998. Karen holds a BA in English and has studied Literature, Business, and Education at the graduate level. She is a former college instructor of English Composition and Reading. In the past, Karen has worked as a high school & middle school teacher. She currently works as a Curriculum Specialist and is an MFA Creative Writing student at Florida Atlantic University.
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