Thank you for stopping by. Most of my work is accessible through my personal website TRizzuti.com. Please visit, and enjoy a romp through extreme eclecticness, everything from war to children's stories, from veteran's issues to women's issues, from poetry to prose, fiction to nonfiction. You name it, it's there -- novels, short stories, poetry, even articles -- all meant to antagonize, to spur readers to right societal wrongs.
My interdisciplinary novel The Second Tour is a story about a man haunted by the murder of a young girl. It's taught in an Honors History course at Regis University. It has also been taught in a Behavioral Sciences class at the US Air Force Academy; in an Honors English courses at George Washington University, where it is still listed on the extra-credit reading list; in an Honors Political Science course at the University of Kentucky; and in a fiction book group of Trauma Experts at the Washington Psychoanalytic Institute.
My novel Suffering Seacil is about toxic relationships, about the American male laid bare for young women needing help recognizing the signs of an abusive personality.
When all is said and done describing my work, I lay claim to being America's worst-selling author and challenge any writer to top that!