When you hit rock bottom, there’s nowhere to go but up – right?
This multi-award winning novel will grip you, and make you rethink what you know about mental illness in the modern workplace
Just as Sheldon Mason is about to end it all, he meets his upstairs neighbour, a drug dealer named Sam. Sam gets him professional help, as well as a job at a local grocery store.
As he struggles to make sense of his life, Sheldon starts to notice something odd about one of his new co-workers, Gilbert Ryan. Gilbert seems to know about Sheldon’s mental health issues – in fact, he seems to know secrets about everyone.
And Gilbert sees value in Sheldon…
*WINNER* of the Percy Janes First Novel Award
*WINNER* of the Lawrence Jackson Writers’ Award
*SEMI-FINALIST* in the 2014 Best Kindle Book Awards
Targeted Age Group: 18+
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About the Author:
Scott has been writing fiction since he was 15. His medieval comedy novel Royal Flush received the H. R. (Bill) Percy Prize. His contemporary novel Taking Stock received funding from the Newfoundland and Labrador Arts Council, and won both the Percy Janes First Novel Award and the Lawrence Jackson Writers’ Award. Scott recently again received funding from the NLAC to write Air Earth, a dystopian novel set in the far future.
Scott’s short fiction has won awards, too. He recently placed 2nd in Grain Magazine’s Canada-wide Short Grain short story competition. As well, he was shortlisted for the 2014 Cuffer Prize.