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  1. What I Got

  2. Broken

  3. Let's Raise The Temp.

  4. And I Love

  5. Dreams : Stargazer May 18 to 20 2017

  6. Suffering

  7. And Much Much More

  8. Dreams : Stargazer May 15 to 17 2017

  9. Dreams : Stargazer May 12 to 14 2017

  10. Dreams : Stargazer May 9 to 11 2017

  11. Dreams :Stargazer May 6 to 8 2017

  12. Dreams : Stargazer April 30 To May 2 2017

  13. Dreams : Stargazer April 27 to 29 2017

  14. Dreams : Stargazer April 24 to 26 2017

  15. Wish I Could

  16. They Killed Him

  17. I Got A List

  18. Forever Spinning

  19. Dreams : Stargazer April 21 to 23 2017

  20. I Have Caught

  21. Dreams :Stargazer April 18 To 20 2017

  22. Of One Mind

  23. Dreams April 15 to 17 2017

  24. The Cock Has Crowed

  25. W/ Their Scones

  26. Rather Construed

  27. Hazel Hill Morning

  28. Dreams : Stargazer April 12 to 14 2017

  29. Their Ugly

  30. Get Up!

  31. I Want My Money

  32. All Over Again

  33. Dreams : Stargazer April 9 to 11 2017

  34. Further East From Eden

  35. Dreams : Stargazer April 6 to 8 2017

  36. Dreams : Stargazer April 3 to 5 2017

  37. Mile 19: A Runner's Dream

  38. Dreams : Stargazer March 31 to April 2 2017

  39. Dreams : Stargazer March 28 to 30 2017



One by One: Helping Our Young Runaways

I love getting feedback from my readers. The majority of the comments and questions I receive on a daily basis usually are about my writing technique or my writing tips. Occasionally, I will get a response, as I did yesterday, asking me advice on ways to get involved with the youth homelessness problem we currently have in America. After reading my book ‘Wet Matches’, Whitney from Nebraska, informed me that she didn’t realize that America had such a growing human trafficking and homeless problem, especially among our teen population.

Currently, there are approximately 1.4 million runaway and homeless youth in America. This information isn’t widely known and normally goes unreported. Unfortunately, these homeless kids are commonly taken advantage of and sexually exploited by pimps, street hustlers, and strangers. It’s shocking to find out what some of these homeless teens would do for a bag of fries when they’re truly desperate and starving. Surviving on the streets isn’t easy, and ‘survival sex’ is a subject I addressed in my 2011 debut novel ‘Wet Matches’. Life around cheap motels and truck stops seem to be perpetuating human trafficking and sexual exploitation of those stuck in vulnerable situations. Teen runaways and homeless youth, especially those young people within the LGBTQ community are the most vulnerable and are prime targets for hustlers and those looking for easy prey.

Whitney from Nebraska was so compelled to reach out and take action after reading ‘Wet Matches’ that she asked for my advice and guidance. As I suggested and replied back to Whitney, contacting and volunteering with your local homeless shelter or soup kitchen is a great start to reaching out and helping these vulnerable young people all across America. One by one, little by little, together, we can impact the lives of our runaway, homeless youth…one by one. – Randolph Randy Camp

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