CHANNILLO
What He Did
By Debbie Pinkham

Series Description:

Her son mass murdered 30 and wounded 55 at an outside company picnic during the summer.  He is killed, also, during a shoot-out with police.

Now, everyone is looking to her, his mother, for answers to their questions.  She is all alone, with no family, or support.  She is not too strong, but she is eccentric, with a mind like a steel trap.  Nothing gets by her.  Well, except this thing her son did.

This mom is in shock her precious boy has done this senseless act, but in the midst of all their questions, she must also plan a funeral, talk to press, and come to grips with the immense tragedy he created.

We hear a lot about the victims of these shootings, and their families.  This one is about how a mom deals with her son's pointless act of mass murder and how her pain is equal, or maybe worse, than the families of the victims' pain.

Category/Genre(s): Adult Fiction, Journal Entries
Updated: Quarterly
Status: Ongoing



Notes:

This is in no way an endorsement of mass murderers on my part. 

I starting writing this before the school shootings in Santa Clarita, and I dedicate this story to them, as well as the victims, and survivors, of all the other mass shootings we have faced as a nation, and around the world.  I also dedicate this to their families, who live with their loss every day.

This story also targets a specific group of people.  I am in no way prejudice against this group of people.  I have the utmost respect for them. 

This is a work of fiction.

 

1-6-2020--Something funny happened tonight.  I was watching the "Kids' Baking Championship" on Food Network and they had a kid on there named Avner.  Here, I thought I made that up!  Mostly you hear ABner, but not AVner.  TOTALLY shocked me!  Let's hope this Avner on tv grows up to be the greatest one.







Series Description:

Her son mass murdered 30 and wounded 55 at an outside company picnic during the summer.  He is killed, also, during a shoot-out with police.

Now, everyone is looking to her, his mother, for answers to their questions.  She is all alone, with no family, or support.  She is not too strong, but she is eccentric, with a mind like a steel trap.  Nothing gets by her.  Well, except this thing her son did.

This mom is in shock her precious boy has done this senseless act, but in the midst of all their questions, she must also plan a funeral, talk to press, and come to grips with the immense tragedy he created.

We hear a lot about the victims of these shootings, and their families.  This one is about how a mom deals with her son's pointless act of mass murder and how her pain is equal, or maybe worse, than the families of the victims' pain.

Category/Genre(s): Adult Fiction, Journal Entries
Updated: Quarterly
Status: Ongoing


Notes:

This is in no way an endorsement of mass murderers on my part. 

I starting writing this before the school shootings in Santa Clarita, and I dedicate this story to them, as well as the victims, and survivors, of all the other mass shootings we have faced as a nation, and around the world.  I also dedicate this to their families, who live with their loss every day.

This story also targets a specific group of people.  I am in no way prejudice against this group of people.  I have the utmost respect for them. 

This is a work of fiction.

 

1-6-2020--Something funny happened tonight.  I was watching the "Kids' Baking Championship" on Food Network and they had a kid on there named Avner.  Here, I thought I made that up!  Mostly you hear ABner, but not AVner.  TOTALLY shocked me!  Let's hope this Avner on tv grows up to be the greatest one.