I believe that each individual has a story to tell and I hope to inspire others by sharing mine.
(PRWEB) June 13, 2014
Shaun “54” Smith, a postal worker at the Macon PD&C Plant, has completed his first book “Life After a Terrible Relationship”: a gripping and potent memoir filled with a plethora of emotion and a tone of honesty that is unforgettable.
“My hope is to touch someone’s life in a positive manner. I believe that each individual has a story to tell and I hope to inspire others by sharing mine. My inspiration to write came strictly from my life experiences.”
Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Shaun “54” Smith’s poignant message tells readers that they are not alone in things they’re going through and attempts to help them realize that we go through things for a reason.
“I don’t care how long it takes. Just come back to me.” That’s how much of a hopeless romantic Brent Howard was. A good-looking man, Brent never had any problem attracting women, but he did have a problem with attracting trouble. Have you ever been in a terrible relationship? Have you found yourself wanting to pull away, but just not being able to? Of course, nobody wants to be lonesome. “But there is a big difference between being lonely and being alone,” Shaun “54” Smith aptly puts it. Brent Howard wanted love. He wanted it so badly, but did love want him back? Anybody can love, but not everybody is lucky enough to love the right person. Could Brent be one of the lucky ones?
Readers who wish to experience this inspirational work can purchase“Life After a Terrible Relationship” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
For additional information, review copies or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.
About Page Publishing
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