Outstanding New Xulon Book Tells A Genuine Account Of One Teacher's Attempt To Win The Heart Of A Little Lost Boy – A Story Demonstrating The Power Of Love In Action

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Carol B. Bost shares her inspirational story to show that love can heal … love provides hope … and if given a chance, love will always win

Carol B. Bost

I want my readers to understand that no matter how difficult the situation, or how bad the outlook may be, it is important to keep going, keep showing love, and simply give love a chance

Carol B. Bost’s new book, Unfinished Love Story, ($11.99, paperback, 9781498470476; $5.99, e-book, 9781498470483) is the captivating and true story between a young teacher and an orphaned eight-year-old boy that seeks to define true love and the meaning and power of forgiveness through challenging and troubling days. It is author, Carol B. Bost’s story – a "once-in-a-lifetime" experience that she never wants to lose – and a story no reader will soon forget.

The book focuses on the author’s experience as a second-grade teacher reaching out to help a student named Salvador, who needed her love and attention more than anything else. She passionately walks the reader through this boy’s hardships and emotional turmoil in detail. She shows great character in her patience and determination to be the positive influence this boy needed. This emotional story will capture the reader’s heart, and leave them searching for a hurting heart to heal. It’s a must have read for those currently working in education or anyone who hopes to pursue teaching, youth ministry, social work, or any other career that directly affects the lives of children.

“I want my readers to understand that no matter how difficult the situation, or how bad the outlook may be, it is important to keep going, keep showing love, and simply give love a chance,” states the author. “I want readers of Unfinished Love Story to persevere through the difficult times with relationships, and seek to understand the pain of the other person ... to love in spite of everything else. Love will always win!”

Carol B. Bost has been involved in education for thirty-six years, teaching in Tennessee, Texas, and North Carolina. Her experience has included the public and the private sectors, reaching students from kindergarten through eighth grades. After her transformation to Christ in high school, Carol immediately began seeking God’s divine will and purpose for her life. Graduating from Lee College in 1979, Carol taught in the Bradley County School System where she was named “Outstanding Young Educator” by the district. She also taught in the Polk County School System before moving to Texas, teaching in both the Whitehouse Independent School District and the Tyler Independent School District.

Being involved in ministry with her husband Tim, Carol then moved home to North Carolina. In 1992, Carol began teaching at First Assembly Christian School, (currently Winston Salem Christian School) where she teaches middle school Bible classes today. In 2007, she was inducted into “The National Honor Roll’s List of Outstanding American Teachers.” Carol has also ministered to women at conferences and meetings, broadening her knowledge of just how to care for the hurting and the hopeless.

The author best describes her credentials for writing this book saying, “God has blessed me with a wide variety of teaching experiences, but none can come close to the experience I had with young Salvador. Getting this message out has been a dream come true.”

If you would like further information about having Carol speak in your school or church, please contact her at cbostezekiel(at)att(dot)net.

Xulon Press, a division of Salem Media Group, is the world’s largest Christian self-publisher, with more than 15,000 titles published to date. Retailers may order Unfinished Love Story through Ingram Book Company and/or Spring Arbor Book Distributors. The book is available online through xulonpress.com/bookstore, amazon.com, and barnesandnoble.com.

Media Contact: Carol B. Bost
Email: cbostezekiel(at)att(dot)net

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