Author Joe D. Mosley’s Newly Released “Blackberry Forest” is a Collection of Stories About Overcoming the Many Challenges of Life with Wit and Fortitude

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“Blackberry Forest” from Christian Faith Publishing author Joe D. Mosley offers a selection of short stories about people who had to overcome the circumstances and many challenges of their lives.

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“Blackberry Forest”: a collection of stories about people who had to rely on their wit and fortitude to find their ways through the thorny forests of life. “Blackberry Forest” is the creation of published author, Joe D. Mosley. Joe began writing rhyme and free verse in high school. He has written one story published on Kindle entitled “Sweet Joe” and one limited self-publication entitled “Memories of a Farm Boy.” He began writing serious short stories at the age of eighty-three. He looks forward to publishing more short stories in the near future.

“Each life has the thorns of a blackberry forest. Wit and fortitude guides each of us through the forest. Discovering that path allows each of us to make the journey through the Blackberry Forest.” --Joe D. Mosley

Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Joe D. Mosley’s new book is a collection of stories emphasizing the fact that everyone must overcome the unique obstacles and challenges of their lives. The circumstances might be different, but the stories share many similarities. “Blackberry Forest” is a collection of stories about people who must find a path through the thorns of their blackberry forest to reap the sweet fruit of life.

View a synopsis of “Blackberry Forest” on YouTube.

Consumers can purchase “Blackberry Forest” at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at Amazon.com, Apple iTunes store, Kobo or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or inquiries about “Blackberry Forest”, contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.

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