Past Collaborative Projects

 Bound by Law

by Lisa Connelly and Amber L Cross

On July 14, 1993 in a small town in Florida, a young man, Bobby Kent, was murdered by his peers, some even called them friends. The nation clamored to understand the motivation for the teen's aberrant behavior. In their desperate search for an explanation, they painted Lisa Connelly as a monster, masterminding the entire gruesome thing. Books were written and movies were made to promote this narrative and sensationalize the tragedy, all while Lisa remained silent letting the twisted stories and perspectives of others fill the void. Until now. 

Her story is not a rehashing of the terrible murder, but instead a story of personal struggle and growth in the face of overwhelming darkness. For the first time, she relives why she remained silent rather than saving a life and the consequences that followed. In the end, it is a story of finding hope and reasons to live. 


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All the Way 

by Tom Kidd with Amber L Cross

Dr. Joan Kidd was a respected physician, who was loved by her patients and respected by her peers. Serendipity brought her and her husband together. They became soul mates, and they lived life to its fullest extent. Not many years into their idyllic relationship, the universe threw them a curve ball that they never saw coming. 

Joan would face the battle of her life and Tom would dedicate his life to fighting with her every step of the way. Tom had been devoted to making her the happiest woman on the planet and was no less devoted to doing everything possible to fighting or her life. This is their story of life, inspiration, and finding a new purpose...All the Way.

"The book reads like Romeo and Juliet, a love story of epic proportions, yet ending with a sadness that still seems to linger. It touches on what love truly is, patience, giving, understanding, support, forgiving, but most of all never ending devotion. For many people, love is an emotion, but for Joan and Tom it was an action. Love was more, it was everything. I pray this story of love and devotion speaks to your heart and gives you strength to live life to the fullest." ~Kathyrn Ong, RN

All proceeds go to the work of the Joan L Kidd Fight for Life Continuum

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