Imagine tiny needles in the center of every key on your keyboard, pricking your fingers with each letter you type. Imagine performing open-heart surgery on yourself without the benefit of painkillers. Writing about the death of loved one is more excruciating than either of those imaginings by far.
In Her Peaceful Sleep, Alex Canton-Dutari shares the experience of his wife's death with his readers.
Susan Bennett "Susan Wells Bennett, novelist" (Phoenix, AZ )
Alex Canton holds a PhD in Clinical Psychology and worked in the field of clinical sexology from 1967 to 2006. Widower with three boys and four grandchildren. Humanitarian by belief and actions. Published short novels, a textbook on sex therapy and many scientific articles. Always interested in world affairs. He was born in the Republic of Panama and dedicates his hours to writing short novels. According to Dieguito, his grandson, he is not retired because "Abuelito, you write books."
Sweat, Glamour and Light Sins Published October 07, 2011
" Remember... in your dreams? " Published December 06, 2010
¿Recuerdas.... en tus sueños? Published November 16, 2010
Little Macho* * Machito Published May 28, 2010
Las Horas No Tienen DÃas Published May 22, 2010
HOURS HAVE NO DAYS Published May 21, 2010
MACHITO Published May 05, 2010
OrientaciÃ³n para gays, familiares y amistades II Published May 29, 2009