About the Book
Determined and motivated, Jake left unanswered his willingness to remain alive for invaluable family members and other precious persons in his life. He realizes not taking advantage of the potential family life he could have with a close bonding, female companion. Jake understands his lack of seeking counsel and remedy coping with his serious problems. Nonetheless, he made up his mind heading to his "eternal" bed, the ocean. How can Dara save him if she is unaware of his fatal decision and where he has disappeared? Time is ticking. After the overnight, Jake would have perished with no return!
One Blue Eye Jake’s Twilight Boardwalk is a taut, dialogue-driven short drama. It is told from a first person’s perspective, the suicidal victim. Artist and writer, Curtis W. Jackson explore Jake’s troubling mental state in vivid, creative expressions using striking photography, drawings, and mindful, conceptional graphic art. It may be one of the most colorful publications drawing attention to the darkening tragedy of suicide, escalating globally of average, one death per 40 seconds.
The short, illustrated book is a compelling, profound account of real human devotion's prospects overcoming the steepest of life's setbacks and odds of recovery. Jake isn't a typical statistic; he's an individual with social connections bounding to be emotionally wounding after his final, grim event. Can you think of someone who may benefit from having this book as a present? Visually and literally, this is a memorable reading experience journeying beyond the borders of the psychological and social impacts of unforeseen suicide.
Features & Details
Curtis Jackson is a long-time resident of Suffolk County, Long Island and the author of several books. He recently revised his first publication, 57 Pages: A Collection of Thought-Motivating Cartoons (2014). It is currently entitled as 57 Sections: A Book of Cartoons (2019, Nook Books). Mr. Jackson is a student of Full Sail University majoring in Graphic Design. He is also the writer-artist of a blog memoir, Curtis On The News, The Unfinished Chronicles: 2008-2013. The Long Islander also illustrated coloring books, for example, My Anyway Possible Alphabet (2018, Lulu books). Waiting for Regina is his first novel (2017).