Doug Maxwell

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Imagine an athlete so incredible that he dominates two sports – football and baseball – shattering records and lifting his team to championships every year. Doug Maxwell is a new kind of reluctant hero. A boy from a fractured home, he now has to overcome crushing criticism from the media, opposing players and the public. Deep down, Doug is a kind, giving man, who struggles with his own inner demons and human foibles. But he is not a cheat. Yet, Doug does have an incredible, supernatural secret. Having been bestowed amazing strength by an event in his childhood, Doug can now work towards fulfilling his greatest wish: to make his father proud. But as his abilities grow, so do his detractors. After reporter Sue Ohuna notices that something is not quite human about Doug, she risks her career trying to uncover his secret. As stakes get higher, Doug soon needs to make life-changing decisions. But can he fulfill his true destiny?

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Author Name : Theodore Huntington

     Ted Huntington peaked as an writer at age eight... and he has been working to regain that fame ever since. Seriously, second grade Ted wrote a play called "Blast Off to Ecaps" that was performed by his class. Fast-forward some 35 years, and Ted turned the play into the young adult novel of the same title, following it up two years later with "Blast Off to Earth." A writing "addict," Ted has always used his writing talents throughout his career, which has taken him to successful stints as a marketing and advertising executive. Now primarily focused on writing, Ted has authored "Doug Maxwell," a supernatural/superhero novel, a poetry anthology, "Uplifting: Poems of Positivity," and he is working on additional novels and screenplays. Contact Ted Huntington on his Facebook groups, "Authors Networking Group" and "Doug Maxwell," or email tedhuntington2@gmail.com.

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Don't I feel like a loser when I learn you're through with me.
It was news to everyone, especially to me.
Don't I feel pathetic, like there's something wrong with me.
She is far more beautiful than I could ever be.
I stand here null and solemn, though it must be written on my face,
that I've found before the world what you couldn't say to my face.
You blow right on by me with your new love, hand in hand.
So smug, haughty, and thoughtless.  You are not much of a man.
Filled with anger, through and through, I feel like I could drown.
I lift my glass and drink fast to chase the feeling down.
I close my eyes.  I still see your face.  Somehow I should have known.
You kill me inside with a passing glance, and now my heart grows cold.
So much time spent in a one sided love was wasted all on you.
Don't I feel like a loser for ever caring about you.

By Anne Rasico (Joyce)

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