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FINDING PARKER, by Scott Hildreth defines love in so many ways

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My new novel, Finding Parker, defines what love is and should be to all of us, and does so in a manner that will leave you speechless.

Author Samantha Knight’s review from Amazon does a fabulous job of describing what it is the novel accomplishes with the potential readers.

Her review:

“Life is easy, all we have to do to live it, is breathe”

One of my favorite quotes throughout this brilliant novel. I am the type of person it takes a lot to evict any real emotion, or feelings if you will. Only two books have ever made me stop and re-evaluate my life and the choices I have made thus far. Broken People and this one, oddly enough both written by Scott Hildreth. I cried, I laughed, I wondered and most of all I felt.

“You should live everyday as if you’re going to die at midnight”

My new words to live by. Throughout this novel Parker searches for nothing more than what EVERYONE wants family, love and a since of belonging and he finds it. In the oddest way.

“Simply existing satisfies me as long as you are part of the existing”

That saying is something I am sure everyone longs to hear. That someone is happy simply because you exist in their world. While reading this novel I found how important ‘finding your other half’ really is. Not only to you, but to those closest to you as well. The love Parker finds is something I to wish to find someday.

“Life’s greatest treasures will never be held, purchased, or bartered for. They will only ever be felt.”

I knew this book was going to be nothing short of amazing. (I mean come on have you read a bad Hildreth book yet? No? Okay then) I had a preconceived feeling about how this book was going to go and it was nothing like I thought it was going to be. It was so much better. This book is truly a treasure and I felt Every. Single. Word. This book had it all, the good, the bad and the extremely heart breaking parts of life.

If there was ever a novel to start your life long Hildreth obsession, Finding Parker is that book.

http://www.amazon.com/Finding-Parker-Scott-Hildreth-ebook/dp/B00O0B33JA/

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Undefeated, by Scott Hildreth An erotic novel that may help you find inspiration to stop voiolence and abuse against women

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My inspiration to write Undefeated, and the hope that it may inspire someone to get out of an abusive relationship, came from the events described below. The events below are true. The events in the book are not. The book is one hundred percent fiction.

One weekend, I had a girl get in touch with me that I had never met. She had received my telephone number from a friend of a friend. Frantic, she attempted to speak to me initially, but each time she tried, she was overcome with emotion.

This emotion filled silence continued for almost an hour, and then we then actually began to communicate, albeit slowly, and one-sided. I learned through the conversation (that lasted almost eight hours) that she was bound by her husband, and gang raped by his friends. This happened for a few days. Against, if I even need to state this, her will. She was in and out of consciousness for two days. Eventually, she was released. In shock and extremely poor health, she contacted me from a remote hotel room.

I struggled with this event, and how to handle it. I struggled with this more than I have struggled with almost anything in my life. Vengeance. At what point does one administer justice to someone that the courts will undoubtedly not punish properly? The punishment for this particular crime, regardless of what was imposed by the court, would not be sufficient for the crime committed.

I chose at the time to speak to another close female friend about the event, and get her opinion.

Although I could not speak to my friend about the person, the events, or the intimacies of the above  mentioned conversation, we spoke for some time in general about God, about law and about the difference between what is right and what is wrong. I shared with her my thoughts of feeling a need to resolve this issue with the caller’s husband on my own. When the smoke cleared, I sat in a coffee shop and thought. I made a decision. “Put up again thy sword into his place; for all they that take the sword shall perish with the sword.”  I decided, for once in my life, that it was not my responsibility to resolve this issue. I contacted the authorities, called in a few favors from some friends in law enforcement, and the issue was dealt with in a manner in accordance with law.

My female friend, as always, proved extremely useful in her ability to convey her understanding of the message of God in a manner that I could listen to and accept. I have always struggled with attempting to do what is right (in my mind), and hoped that it was what was right in God’s eyes. I do not know that these things always were in line with one another.

Until now.

And now, a year later, the person from the incident above?

She is well. As well as she can be, considering all things. She is fortunate.

I struggle – still today – with thoughts of vengeance.

My struggle brought me to this.

I hope you enjoy.

MUST READ Broken People, by Scott Hildreth (32) 5 Star reviews

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Broken People, by Scott Hildreth continues to get reviews that come in, at the rate of a few a day. They are all (5) star, except 3. Total, there are 32 five star reviews, and 3 (4) star.

Yesterdays review by 1Booklover was great. 5 stars. She stated that she was afraid that she couldn’t even do the book justice in her review. She stated that it was a “Must read” for parents and teens alike.

A must read. That, of course, means that it is their recommendation that you “must” read it.

This book was written with the intent of any age (above 14)  being able to read it and have it effect them. It actually crawls within you, and flows through your veins like an infection. The characters are all real, raw, and full of life. The book is written from the perspective of the five characters, individually, in first person. The story unfolds, and the each character’s life is somehow tied to the other. In the end, they are all tied together.

This book is similar to Thirteen Reasons Why meets The Perks of Being a Wallflower.

Be an adult, or be a teen…or anything in between, you will leave this book a different person. A richer person. It will, at minimum, leave you thinking about who you are, and what got you to this point in life. Additionally, it will have you second guessing what it is that you intend to do with the rest of your life.

If you are a parent of a teenagers, or have children in high school, you must read this book. You must. It will change the way you look at them. When you’re done, have them read it.

You will be forever grateful you did.

Scott Hildreth, author of Broken People

20 Year EMS Medic praises Broken People in book review on Amazon

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As a person who lost my 16 year old daughter, an EMS medic for over 20 years and have seen the tragedies that happen to children (including suicide even ran calls on 5 friends who decided to cash in their chips), taught K-12 and actually took the time to listen to the kids and now teach at a college level.

  I think this book should be a must read for parents of kids 12 and older who are truly blind or indifferent in today’s society to what is going on with their kids.  It would also benefit the teens out there who also think everything is OK…  The key is communication and not through email, txt messaging and fancy gadgets, I’m talking face to face!!!
We are all broken people in some way or another, some worse than others and they all have a story.  If people would just take time to really listen, even if it is just finding that one person like FAT KID, but someone to listen!!!!!
Read the Book & Open Your Eyes (Ears) 🙂
(Review by HUGZ on Amazon.com)

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First, and foremost, HUGZ, I am sorry for your pain, your losses, and the loss of your daughter. I am proud and grateful that this book, if even for a few hours, was able to provide you with some comfort. Possibly this book will prevent others from feeling the pain that you have felt.

This, ladies and gentlemen, is exactly why I wrote this book. I wanted to write something carefully, thoughtfully, and real. Something that all could relate to that was raw…Something that made teens, young adults, new adults, and parents just stop. Stop and actually feel, feel what was going on in the book. Feel through the colorfully depicted characters what was going on as if it were going on in their living room, in their school, in their frozen yogurt shop. I wanted them to stop half-way through the book, and look around the room, wondering where the kids were. Wondering what they were doing. What they have been doing. To rekindle the love that has been lost over the years between children and their parents.

The reviews for this book, to date, speak volumes about what the combined pages offer. What this book offers is real, it’s in your face, and it’s a slap of the hand that has raised a generation of children that just don’t quite get the attention and love that they oh-so-deserve.

This book provides the emotional rush of witnessing a bank robbery, watching someone give birth, seeing a fatal car crash, and having an out of body spiritual experience…all rolled into one book.

It’s truly something you must experience. The reviews are accurate. The reviews are real. Try it for yourself. If it can provide you with what it has provided others, you’re reading the wrong book…if it isn’t Broken People.

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Broken People, by Scott Hildreth – If you have children, you owe it youself… and to them to read this book

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From time to time, a book comes along, and makes you stop. It makes you stop and second guess who you are, what you’re doing in life, with life, and for the ones you love. This is that book. Through colorfully painted characters, “Broken People” forces the reader to reflect on self. There will be a broken part of you in one (or all) of these characters, guaranteed. This is one powerful read. It will truly leave you sitting and wondering about life when you complete it.

A woman in Texas messaged me yesterday when she completed it. She said she was going to immediately read it AGAIN. She said, when asked, that this book was remarkable, and certainly a treasure. A masterpiece. Get a copy today, $3.99 at Amazon. If you read, you should be reading this book.

Broken People, by Scot Hildreth; a book that makes you value life, living, and being loved.

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You owe it to yourself to read this book. You do. Everyone that reads this book agrees, it is one of the best books that they have ever read. Now that is a bold statement. Last nght, three people emailed me regarding the book. All three said it was the best book they had ever read. Ever.

None were suicidal. None had suicidal thoughts. None were necessarily “Broken”. They just picked it up over the weekend because it was a promo weekend, and it was free.

This book is deep. It has moments of hilarity. Moments of seriousness. Moments of ‘holy shit, what just happened?”. Moments that will make you reflect on childhood, and moments that will have you questioning just what type of parent you are.

If you’re between the ages of 15-75, read this book. It’s $3.99. The cost of a cup of Starbuck’s coffee.

And you’ll never be the same.

 

 

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