Smyrna, GA (PRWEB) January 23, 2013
Inspiring and moving, “The Outcome Of A Tragedy” highlights the trials and tribulations of the lives of a small group of unrelated people who come together to create strong family ties. Written by author Bernice W. Wilson, this literary work features the strength of the unwavering human spirit which thrives despite times of adversity.
Set in Mecklenburg County, North Carolina in the 1900s, this core-shaking story shares a narrative that depicts the sense of camaraderie and unity between a diverse set of characters. In this book, readers will gain a myriad of insights about love and commitment which are strengthened by the tests of time and sharpened by the difficulties that are inevitable in life.
Glazed with romance, drama and thrilling episodes, this literary work introduces one to the journey of the heart, which begins as a raw, initial and ideal stage of friendship and courtship, and evolves into a long-lasting and solid state of intimacy and true love. Illustrating how tragedies are sometimes necessary in the growth and development of the spirit, this page-turner enables readers to relate to the characters in a life-like fashion.
Taking one back and forth through several episodes in history, “The Outcome Of A Tragedy” portrays the importance of the past which is the key in molding the turn of events in the lives of the next generation.
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About the Author
Bernice W. Wilson is a Georgia resident and currently resides in Smyrna, Georgia. The Outcome of a Tragedy is her first Novel. She published Moments in Time, a collection of poetry, in 2009. Her poetry is also published in various anthologies.
The Outcome Of A Tragedy * by Bernice W. Wilson
Publication Date: September 21, 2012
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