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Sheal Mullin-Berube

Born in Montreal, Quebec and now residing in Northern Ontario. A practicing eclectic, solitary Druidic Shaman with Unitarian Universalists ties.


Junked is written as a continuous narrative. The chapters of the novella flow through the life of a character as they struggle with addiction. It is painful, real, and personal. The author uses her own experiences and life as a model for surviving living with people who suffer from addiction.


James: Main Character. James is the grandchild of the narrator of These Chains.

Gramps: Main character and narrator of the story. Gramps is the grandfather of James. 

Other Characters: Mama & James’ Sisters

Insights on These Chains

Junked is a spin-off short story from These Chains. Another story from Tabitha Todd dealing with addiction and childhood trauma. James is the grandchild of the narrator of These Chains. The story takes place post These Chains.

From The Author

Addiction is a disease, and those suffering from it, don’t always know when to get help. Accepting that, you can learn how to help those struggling by offering therapy, and getting them help. Sometimes they won’t accept it, and sometimes, it feels hopeless, the road to recovery is long. We encourage those who struggle and those who live with those struggling to talk, be open, and get the help you need.

Tabitha Todd is the pen name of Sheal Mullin-Berube who writes about her life as a writer and partner of TLS. View Posts by Sheal on our blog.

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Genre: General Fiction

Book Details

Language: ‎ English
Paperback: ‎ 55 pages
ISBN-10: ‎ 1989033350
ISBN-13: ‎ 978-1989033357
Item Weight: ‎ 2.72 ounces
UNSPSC-Code: ‎ 55101500
Dimensions: ‎ 5.5 x 0.13 x 8.5 inches

Release Date: November 6, 2019
BISAC: FIC025000; FIC045000

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$10.00 [Print], $8.00 [Digital]

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