To Shatter Glass is essentially a memoir in poetic form. Its fifty-six poems vary in style and capture the heart and imagination of those searching for straight up answers to difficult questions. The material is both real and honest. It touches on the need to know ourselves, to accept our humanity as defined by God, and to strive toward reconciliation through self-examination and forgiveness. To Shatter Glass is an invitation to wholeness for those scarred by family alcoholism. It is written for the quiet and sensitive buried by depression, for boisterous pretenders too afraid to expose their need. It is for anyone who has experienced betrayal or the loss of a loved one through tragic circumstances.