Geneva, IL (PRWEB) November 23, 2011
A uniquely American novella that took place in San Francisco, Ca., with the indirect help of a local baseball team, three young people found redemption, healing, and each other in a book titled Mending Horses written by Joshua Fields.
The book is about Jack, a statistician, and a heavy drinker who goes for online dating searching for the woman he wanted to spend the rest of his life. He stumbled upon a number of people but was unsuccessful, until he met Marlo, a Spanish single mom. His friendly relationship with Marlo and her son Dylan developed and led into something serious. Jack is emotionally attached to Marlo and Dylan. Much to his surprised, Marlo dumped him for Steve, a total loser and scumbag. To mend his broken heart, Jack went to Spain and met a prostitute named Selina. He like her and wanted to take her back home but she can’t leave her parents behind.
In the meantime, Marlo dumped Steve and went back to Jack’s arm as everything went well again. Jack was diagnosed with leukemia and underwent chemotherapy. Marlo and Dylan move in to take care of him. She and Dylan love Jack but she is upset with God for giving Jack cancer at a time everything is going well in their relationship.
Jack teaches Dylan everything a boy should know in life. He taught Dylan toughness of character just like his favorite Giants baseball team which they always watch together. When the Giants backs are against the wall, they get tough and pull the game out .Jack displayed the same toughness as he undergoes the painful process of chemotherapy and on the road to recovery.
With a very touching storyline, the book inspires readers about life’s various complexities testing one’s faith in God and toughness of character eventually leading to redemption and healing in the end.
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About the Author
Joshua Fields was born in Milwaukee, Wis. He is the oldest of three and was raised just outside of Chicago. He received a Master of Arts Degree in Economics from DePaul University in 1996, and has spent most of his career doing market research in the retail industry. His first published creative work, “Staring into the Sun,” is his tribute to women and relationships. It is a short book of poems patterned after the E.E. Cummings poem, “May I Feel Said He,” and is based on his experiences and observations. He currently resides in San Francisco.
Mending Horses by Joshua Fields
Publication Date: September 9, 2011
Trade Paperback; $15.99; 83 pages; 978-1-4653-5713-7
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