It is Not Your Fault is my very First Children's book, I am super excited about this, there are a lot of features in the book that is a direct refection of my life, and some of the things that I went through as I grew up, but for the most part, it is all fiction. It is not Your Fault was a desire of mine that focused on the idea that, children have a hard life ahead of them, and when children have to deal with the bondage issues that adults place in their laps without warning, it can be extremely harmful to the child. For me, I found this out, and it took me many years of hating myself before finding out that the many different things that we going on in my life was not directly about me, but the things were there to block me from moving forward in life. Yes, for me, this was a hard read, as I wrote it, spent many times walking away to wipe tears away, I do however put myself right in the middle of what is going on as I write it out, which is why I guess it makes it so hard for me to write it. For many that might read this, they would say that this is childish, and there are no hard parts within the wording, to them, I would say, you have never had to live that kind of life, I have. This book is aimed at kids ten years of age and above, the child in the book is probably around ten to twelve years of age, he is fully able to get around on his own and unsupervised, and yet, he is small enough to dash into a small under-frame window. I have always wanted to write a Children's Book, but this is more young adult, I guess than it us Children's. I will never say that anything that I have written will change someone's life, however, that is for the reader to choose. Life is about choices, and all of us have to make choices each and every single day, many of us hate to do it, and when it comes down to making the choice for others, we tend to hate that even more. the ethics of this book is about doing the right thing, it is about helping children to be children, and helping them through their many problems, especially when they say the problem is not there, when you know full well that it is.