You Can’t Sleep Here
Signed by The Author
(With dedication on request)
Paperback: 148 Pages
Hardback: 148 Pages
Size: 6″ x 9″ (Approx 15cm x 23cm)
“You Can’t Sleep Here” by Diane Klutz:
‘You Cant Sleep Here’ is a story of being homeless. It is not a typical homeless tale, however, depicting disheveled men wandering the streets and begging for money. Rather, it concerns the hidden homeless those we see perhaps every day yet never really see.
‘You Cant Sleep Here’ is about mothers who, with their children, abruptly find themselves without a place to stay, a roof over their heads, or a place to sleep. With sheer determination, these women face the unimaginable and, while fighting to survive, discover their inner strengths and the power of friendship.
Diane’s awareness of homelessness and incarcerated men and women began as a volunteer in a small health clinic within a homeless shelter in Wichita Falls, TX and continued in a community based soup kitchen in Denton, TX. As a nurse practitioner, she provided health care to indigent families in addition to caring for male and female inmates within the county jail.