At about 2 A.M. Dr. Steve Slosnerick suddenly awoke, strapped to a hospital bed and all alone, aching all over, and clueless as to why he was there and why Jennie had disappeared. His screams for help brought the nurse, and as she quickly administered a sedative he learned that Jennie was still unconscious from their accident and would soon be flown to Denver. As he drifted off to an unwanted sleep Steve did not know that he would leave the hospital a few days later only to spend the next two months desperately searching to find the answers that would bring Jennie back from her deepening coma and free them both from the webs of confusion and uncertainty that had set them adrift on the ocean of a half known life, exiled from their one insular Tahiti.
I was born and raised in Western Nebraska. I grew up on a farm while attending a one room rural schoolhouse through the eighth grade. After graduating from high school in Chappell, Nebraska, I attended the University of Northern Colorado where, following graduation, I taught English composition for two years. I then went to Law School at the University of Nebraska and have practiced law ever since graduating in 1975. I'm also the Sedgwick County County Judge and have been since 1978. I still work as a private attorney part-time and as the County Judge part-time. My hobbies include photography and writing. I am the father of four boys. I live half-time in Julesburg, Colorado and half time in Prospect, Colorado.
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