January 10, 2018
Leroy F. Bennett, an academic achiever, who currently works as a document management specialist for a major financial institution, has completed his new book “Welcome to the Hotel California”: a thought-provoking story about a man’s struggles of living homeless, along with the difficulty of making ends meet due to bigotry and mismanaged funds.
Author Bennett reveals a life of sadness and distress for people who lack the basic need for a warm and cozy shelter to protect them and their interests: “You’d think that all it takes to not be considered homeless is to have a place to sleep, bathe, and eat. First, though, you’ve got to find employment somewhere and have money coming in. Then, you need someone willing to rent or lease to you. How many lease or job applications have you seen that haven’t wanted either your last three residences and your last three job references, which many of us do not have? And maybe employers are reluctant to hire those either on the streets or those fortunate enough to be in shelters because people don’t want to spend time and resources in hiring and training us for the job when we could very possibly be here one day and gone the next.”
Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Leroy F. Bennett’s page-turner unveils not only the physical changes homelessness has on individuals, but it also uncoils the emotional and psychological scars, including trauma, depression, anxiety, paranoia, and PTSD.
Readers who wish to experience this engrossing work can purchase “Welcome to the Hotel California” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, Kobo, or Barnes and Noble.
For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.