HOMELESS - Stories from the Road

HOMELESS - Stories from the Road

Author: Alan W Geiss

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ISBN: 9798721144790

Page: 58

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I share my personal experiences being homeless in my new book "Homeless - stories from the road. In the book I explain what it was like to survive on the road, lessons that I learned, and what it took to recover.

The National Alliance to End Homelessness reported more than 500,000 people were homeless in 2019, and that more than 200,000 were unsheltered. I share my personal experiences being homeless in my new book "Homeless - stories from the road. In the book I explain what it was like to survive on the road, lessons that I learned, and what it took to recover. I also wanted to help those less fortunate, so I am donating the proceeds from the book to the Salvation Army for giving me a place to sleep and food to eat all those years ago. By buying the book, you can help me help the homeless, and you can learn what it is like to "hop a freight train".



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