The Rut


The Rut
$12.95
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Genres: Fiction, Inspirational
Tags: gay adoption, north country of new york
Publisher: Hudson Mohawk Press LLC
Publication Year: 2010
ASIN: 0984304029
ISBN: 9780984304028
Ean works as a Forensic Case Manager at a social services agency, and has been married for three years to Stacey, an Assistant District Attorney. Stacey feels compelled to adopt a child who Ean names Tur ("Rut" spelled backwards), who is about to be placed in foster care. As the journey with Tur begins, the young family has a fateful encounter with a male bull moose.
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About the Book

Set in the North Country of New York State, this inspiring novel explores gay adoption in an entertaining way for both gay and general audiences. Gay adoption is becoming more common every day and has not been fully represented in fiction.

Ean is a young gay man who works as a Forensic Case Manager at a social services agency, and has been married for three years to Stacey, an Assistant District Attorney. Stacey feels compelled to adopt a child who Ean names Tur (“Rut” spelled backwards), who is about to be placed in foster care. As the journey with Tur begins, the young family has a fateful encounter with a male bull moose.

Read an interview with the author here!


 

Bernard Amador, Ph.D. also organizes The Capital District Screenwriters group.  Visit him at www.bernardamador.com

About the Author
Bernard Amador

Bernard Amador, Ph.D. is the author of the memoir To Know A Fallen Angel: Understanding the Mind of a Sexual Predator, and the novels The Hei and The Rut (published by Hudson Mohawk Press), and Cyber-Eugenics: The Neural Code. He is also the author of the original screenplays Mercy of Chance, Used Books, Selling Water and Carwacker. Bernard is the Supervising Crime Victim Caseworker for the Albany County Crime Victim and Sexual Violence Center, and holds a Doctoral degree in Psychology. He interned with the Domestic Violence and Child Abuse Bureau of the U.S. District Attorney's Office in White Plains, New York, at the Mental Health Association of New York, and worked as a Forensic Case Manager with a criminal justice agency.  He lives in New York City and upstate New York.

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