I am often asked the question, Why did I write Green Haven? To answer this question, I have to give you a bit of background on myself. I was in the medical field for 25+ years and then suddenly retired for health reasons. When you do the same thing for so long, you tend to believe this is who you are. It doesn't matter how much self-awareness work you have done; your mind needs that safety net. Well, I fell through the net. I lost my identity and I needed to re-invent myself. Here's the interesting part and the answer to the question. I wrote Green Haven because it allowed me to call on all the parts of who I am. Green Haven gave me a chance to see that I have many identities and only the major one took a hit.
Green Haven, has three story lines that revolve around an upscale nursing facility, but it's so much more than that. The characters are like each of us (most of them). They have flaws, they can be ruled by their emotions and they seek to be better people. Now throw in a few murders here and there and we get to see what people are made of when their backs are up against the wall.
Cathy Arden, director of Nursing finds she is being framed for the murders at and around Green Haven. Oscar, Green Haven's owner is having a, not so secret, relationship with Dr. Marissa Oliver, the medical director, who holds a secret that causes turmoil in their relationship. Finally, there's Father Brendan and Sister Diane, the Holy couple, as they are known. Well, for more on them you'll have to read Green Haven.
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