Wednesday, June 27, 2012
PublishAmerica's CEO compares his authors to bird poop!
The red, blue and black of birds and books
Birds don't discriminate when it's time to go to the bathroom in mid-air. Or do they?
Everyone makes mistakes. But Marlee isn't sure if the life-changing decision she made five years ago was really a mistake. All she knows now is that she wants forgiveness. Five years ago, she abandoned her family for a love she had never before experienced—a love that filled a hole inside her. She acted on that feeling and her entire family suffered for it. Sounds familiar? Author Marilyn Keeton touches on a subject that has plagued marriages throughout history—lost passion and the feeling of being invisible, and the eternal challenge: what is a spouse going to do about it?<
What's challenging in Quest for Forgiveness is Marlee's ability to admit that she hurt those she left behind and the fact that she doesn't make excuses for those actions. Readers who identify with Marlee probably admire her courage and the strength it takes for her to walk back into the lives of those she pained and ask for the forgiveness she's sure she won't be given. In her novel, Marilyn Keeton uncovers the torment that one can endure after making a decision that painfully affects others, but also the satisfaction of forgiveness that follows more often than not.
Find Quest for Forgiveness here:www.publishamerica.net/product41128.html.
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