New Novel Unfolds to a Modern Parable of Love

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“My Lost Destiny” marks Debi Williams’ debut in the world of romance fiction

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Debi Williams marks her debut in the world of romance fiction with My Lost Destiny, a new novel that unfolds to an extraordinary journey that will let readers examine what it really means to love.

Does true love really last forever? This question forms the cornerstone in Williams’ poignant work. In this modern parable of love that is found, lost and has been ultimately regained, she introduces a cast of richly drawn characters— real souls confronted with real life problems— including the protagonist, Davani. In her youth, Davani experiences the different seasons of love- from the giddiness of a blossoming romance to the harsh winter of rejection. As the young girl becomes a woman, she will find herself embarking on an odyssey of love and heartbreak, passion and seduction, tragedy and triumph. In the end, she will discover something about herself an unexpected destiny.

Poignant, compelling and beautifully told, My Lost Destiny explores universal themes of loss and perennial human yearnings as it illuminates the essence of one of the grandest emotions.

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About the Author
Debi Williams grew up and married in West Virginia and later moved to Florida where she raised two children. Williams holds an interior design degree from a design school in Florida. She has always loved writing short stories, poetry and decorating. She currently resides in Huntington, West Virginia, with her Pomeranian, Ladybug. My Lost Destiny is her first book.

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My Lost Destiny * by Debi Williams
Publication Date: September 28, 2012
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 151 pages; 978-1-4797-0199-5
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 151 pages; 978-1-4797-0200-8
eBook; $3.99; 978-1-4797-0201-5

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