Weed Therapy by Mark Paxson

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I waited to read this book until I had a day away from work to enjoy it. I am so glad that I did. If you haven’t had a chance to check out Mark’s writing yet, please go pay him a visit over at:

www.kingmidgetramblings.wordpress.com.

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Weed Therapy by Mark Paxson

 

Kelvin Rockwell’s thirteen-year-old son, Spencer, is doing what teenage boys do, ignoring his father and growing apart. His four-year-old, Jason, is still planted firmly in his ‘mommy and me’ phase. And his wife, Holly, has spent years demonstrating apathy towards their marriage. The emotional reward of family is disappearing from Kelvin’s life.

In an attempt to find an answer to his unhappiness, Kelvin leaves his family for a few days to visit Santo Cielo, a remote village along the coast of Baja California. There, he experiences a life far removed from his own and explores his frustrations…

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