|Posted by Patricia M. Goins on November 2, 2019 at 2:55 PM|
I started writing this online story a few years ago on Facebook. I figured I would bring it to my own sites and start back writing again. First please allow me to introduce myself. I am Patricia Goins. I'm an author Indie Filmmaker, radio host, mother of 4 beautiful children, and the founder of Around The World Media. Now days, I am enjoying nursing and writing. Nothing fancy. I use to chase the entertainment Industry. But just like any abused person, at some point, you wake up and decide enough is enough. Follow along with me as I continue to write on a new story called The Livingston Corner. After I lay down the foundation today, I'll try to come back every day or atleast a few times a week and add more to the story. If you would like to order any of my previous books you can visit the webstore of this site or my other website www.patriciagoinsbooks.com or just go to your local bookstore... Anyway... Let's get started.
Series Title: The Livingston Corner
Paul Thomas had everything going for him. He came from a prominent family of doctors and lawyers. His parents spared no expense for their only son. Not only was he good looking, but he was also a popular college football quarterback and had been crowned "1995's Home Coming King" and "Most Likely To Succeed at CMH University. Not to mention he was dating Katrina Spencer, one of CMH University's prettiest, most popular, and wealthiest cheerleaders.
Just about everyone either loved or envied Paul. The summer of 1995, Paul's parents bought him a brand new, fully loaded BMW as a gift for getting accepted into medical school and graduating from CMH University with a 3.75 GPA. Determined to enjoy his summer. Paul and his college buddies from Ohio, decide to take his new car on a trip to Atlanta for Freaknik.
Paul's entire life changes in the blink of an eye when he and his friends get into a car accident in Atlanta. The horrible accident claims the lives of two of his friends and leaves him paralyzed from the waist down. Due to the seriousness of his medical condition, his Dr. refuses to allow him to be transported back home to Chicago, and instead has him transferred from the hospital straight to "The Livingston Corner Skilled Nursing & Rehabilitation Center" in Atlanta for 6 months of physical and occupational therapy.
On the outside, The Livingston Corner looked just like any other acute care nursing home. But on the inside it was more like a Ghetto-Circus. Come take a journey with me as I write a new series on Aound The World Media that will make you laugh, cry, get angry, get excited, and become inspired.