New “Special Edition” series beginning May 18

From a gifted writer named Daisy comes a story as intricate and complex as the sexual offense laws themselves. Married to a man arrested and convicted for an internet pornography crime, Daisy takes us with them on a roller coaster ride from the heights of what their lives had been to the depths that life on the registry brings and then finally to their way back up again. Look for Collateral damage — learning to live without regret: a story in seven parts. Look for “Part I, Introduction” tomorrow, Saturday, May 8, and then each subsequent installment will post on Friday for the next six weeks.

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