Russell Nohelty is a writer, publisher, and consultant. He is the publisher of Wannabe Press and its main author. Russell likes to write genre fiction with deep character studies. He’s sadistic with his characters, putting them in the worst situations and watching them claw their way back up, just to kick them back into the abyss again. Russell started his career writing comics, and now writes novels and children’s books as well. @russellnohelty (twitter/Instagram) www.facebook.com/russellnohelty
How would you cope is somebody you love committed suicide? Delilah's father is the greatest man she has ever known. When he commits suicide her world is shattered. She can't eat. She can't sleep. Her bubbly personality becomes ascorbic. All she wants is to be left alone. When his insurance policy refuses to pay out, Delilah sets out to prove what she's known all along: that his suicide was in fact a murder. A story of getting over grief and learning those you idolize aren't perfect, told in blog posts through Delilah and her best friend. On the surface My Father Didn’t Kill Himself is a mystery book, but right below the surface is a story of how people get over grief. And not just how Delilah gets over her grief of losing the person she idolizes most in the world. Also about how a wife gets over the grief of her husband, a husband that was supposed to provide for her, but instead left her alone and destitute. Mixed with that is the loss felt by Alex, Delilah's best friend, in losing her best friend to the anguish of grief, watching her slip away and pull back from the world, feeling helpless.
YA Mystery. This book deals with death, loss, and grief. There are difficult concepts to deal with and uncomfortable situations.