Gregory Pollock's New Book on Fostering Faith and the Power of Love

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Novel Follows a Young Woman’s Spiritual Journey Overcoming Loss and Depression to Find the Life She Was Meant to Live

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Love is known world-over for its powerful impact, inspiring desire, and for most the essence of a full and wonderful life. Despite its potential to influence, entire lifetimes can be spent not experiencing true love.

In his breakout novel, “Megan’s Cry,” Gregory Pollock tells the story of a woman crippled by divorce only to be further devastated by the loss of her mother. Battered by life’s unanticipated struggles, she begins to question her faith.

Almost every person has encountered trying circumstances that bring hidden questions to the surface. Is God really there? Does He have a plan for my life? Megan reaches out to readers in their most desperate hour, illustrating the power of love in overcoming doubt and depression. As she winds through her spiritual journey, Megan learns that love truly can conquer all.

“During our lifetime, all of us will face a time of uncertainty, fear and doubt,” Pollock said. “We see our lives unravel and we begin to doubt. God sometimes brings people into a place where they have nowhere to turn. This is actually a good place because it’s where He wants us. It’s where we come to Him.”

Depicting the raw emotions associated with loss, from sadness to anger to helplessness, Pollock promotes the importance of seizing opportunities and relying on faith. With the opinion that there is more to life than the here and now, he hopes Megan’s journey will inspire readers to trust, love and dream whole-heartedly in what’s in store.

“Megan’s Cry“
By: Gregory Pollock
ISBN: 978-1475994308
Available at Amazon, Barnes and Noble and iUniverse online bookstores

About the author
After graduating from the University of Nebraska Lincoln, Gregory Pollock moved to Topeka, Kan. where he lives with his wife and has worked as a civil engineer for over 30 years.

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