(PRWEB) October 25, 2017
“Fatherless: Bob’s Story, A Tough Beginning”: shows the extraordinary life of author, Bob Shoultz, and the adversity that shaped the author in the self-sufficient person that Shoultz became.
“Mom and Pop is what I called my grandparents, and I lived with them until after high school. Pop was the youngest of three children of Frank and Nora Alice (Miller) Dennewitz. His sister was Nellie Dennewitz Johnson, and his brother was Joe Dennewitz. Joe was the father of three sons who were killed in WWII. Frank Dennewitz and his family lived in Nelson, Georgia, where he worked as a stone mason installing limestone covering on buildings.” – Bob Shoultz
Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Bob Shoultz’s new book takes readers into the life of the author, who as a child grew up fatherless with the grandparents who would raise Shoultz. At a young age Shoultz’s was forced to take a more active role in the family as the grandfather that raised the author became disabled.
While this created a great deal of a difficulty for the young Shoultz this need to provide for the family made the author into a self-starter and a hard worker that greatly helped Shoultz obtain success in the future.
While Shoultz’s father never played a significant part in the author’s life, the author would later discover a brother with the same name. Through hard work, dedication, and a little help from God, Shoultz was able to beat the odds and become a self-starter.
View a synopsis of “Fatherless: Bob’s Story, A Tough Beginning” on YouTube.
Consumers can purchase“Fatherless: Bob’s Story, A Tough Beginning” at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at Amazon.com, Apple iTunes store, Kobo or Barnes and Noble.
For additional information or inquiries about “Fatherless: Bob’s Story, A Tough Beginning”, contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.