How To Survive Puberty at 25 by Nina Bhadreshwar'How to Survive Puberty at 25' or rather guns, gangs, family, bullies and puberty is the true story of Nina Bhadreshwar, a young journalist, and her journey through others' stories to her own sanity after 14 years of anorexia and suicidal depression. Puberty is always painful. It is particularly painful when you are 25 years old and then living, as a British mixed race broke ass lass in Watts, Los Angeles shortly after the L.A. riots. And it becomes undeniably explosive when the said overaged adolescent is recruited to work for, write for and be the voice for Death Row Records in Westwood, Los Angeles. How Nina navigates her way through her cultural confusion and anorexia also becomes the chronicle for the little-known real behind-the-scenes of the history-changing episode that was Death Row Records and Los Angeles 1994-1996.
Betrayal of Love and Freedom by Paul HuljichLuke Powers' life has long been punctuated by abrupt changes in fortune, but nothing could prepare him for the possibility of life imprisonment. Facing charges of murdering the forbidden, great, long-lost love of his life, the influential media mogul is powerless to escape his predicament. Is he a murderer? Even he can't say for sure. Diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder and separated from those he loves, entrepreneur and family man Rick Dellich faces confinement to a chemical straightjacket for the rest of his life. Stripped of all rights as a citizen after suffering a mental breakdown, he commits himself to a psychiatric clinic, desperate to recover his mind and rebuild his life. Will each man succeed in his quest for love and freedom? Both will face challenges that will destroy or transform them, eventually placing the two on a collision course with one another. Bipolar man cures himself. Paperback Edition.