Have you ever loved someone
but walked away
because he could not fathom his own heart?
Have you ever loved someone
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Imagine for a moment that your spouse is facing the battle of a lifetime with her health. The prognisis isn’t good. She fights courageously, but in the end, God calls upon her to join Him in paradise. As you try to grapple with the loss of your best friend, her family tries to sabotage your grief and all the things you and your wife held sacred.
You probably couldn’t imagine your life being this way, but for me, it was a constant nightmare. I had to deal with a lot of drama and turmoil after my wife died from a long battle with breast cancer. The Road to Birmingham was my way of dealing with all that happened. It was a way to cope with family. It was a way for me to deal with different friendships that I thought wouldn’t end. It was my road to healing, forgiveness, and acceptance. [Read more…]
Because I can so relate…
David’s turning 50 and having a Mid-life Crisis! Along with relationship issues and career problems, he must come to terms with aging, and that his life hasn’t gone how he expected it to. He realizes that he only has about 35 years left, and struggles to answer questions about his life, if he’s made the right choices, where did he go wrong… what will he do with the rest of his life?
Fate takes a turn when he unexpectedly meets a 15-year younger man who shows him that age does not matter, and that maybe his future happiness is right in front of him.
Best Day Ever is based on writer/director Jeff London and writer/producer James Steven Handshoe’s true life events. How Jeff still being single at age 49, and the anxiety of turning 50, brought him to a place of realization about his choices along the way. If he had made one minor change along his life’s road, he would have never met the love of his life.
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“One of the best YA mysteries out there!”
The beautiful young bride of the town’s wealthiest man has been missing for several months and rumors of her whereabouts are rampant. Some speak of murder at the hands of her husband. Others claim that the young beauty died at the hands of a jealous ex-boyfriend. She could have run away, but why would a woman throw away a life of luxury? When a group of friends begin to search for her, they quickly discover that their lives are in danger by those determined to keep the woman’s whereabouts unknown.
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This is one amazing YA mystery!
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A.J. Raven is a writer of mystery/paranormal/crime books who also likes to read and write stuff on the internet. He has a B.Sc in Bio-technology and B.A in Psychology and is currently working on a M.Phil in Bio-technology.
A.J. has written six books which make up two mystery series. Learn more on Goodreads.