SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (PRWEB) March 12, 2013
In a heartfelt testament to the enduring power of true love, Clark Selby fictionalizes the real-life, romantic story of his relationship with his wife in his touching novel “Together Forever” (published by Trafford Publishing).
Selby takes readers back to Kansas in the early 1950s and introduces two 16-year-olds, Chance Clark and Ann Harris. After falling in love, they can’t wait to get married but do so in spite of their age. What follows is an epic romance that spans from Kansas, then to Iowa and Illinois and eventually around the world.
Based on Selby’s own relationship with his wife, Patricia, “Together Forever” follows Chance and Ann throughout the years, as work takes them to places they’ve only dreamed of visiting and they raise two children 18 years apart in age.
“It tells a story about how true love can endure even when things go wrong,” Selby says of his book, “unlike today when couples rush to divorce when they experience the first little thing that goes wrong in their life.”
According to the US Review of books, “What makes this book such a compelling read is the heartfelt emotions that the main characters feel for each other.”
By Clark Selby
Softcover | 5 x 8 in | 448 pages | ISBN 9781412060820
E-Book | 448 pages | ISBN 9781412236904
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Clark Selby was born in Miami, Okla. in 1936 and attended school in Oklahoma and Kansas. He met Patricia A. Hayes in the ninth grade in Hutchinson, Kan., and they were married at age 16 in December 1952. Selby worked for more than 25 years in the parking industry. He and Patricia were married 55 years before she passed away. Selby is also the author of a series about CIA Agent Tom Parker and his hunt for al Qaeda operatives: “Dangerous Food,” “Dangerous Journey,” “Dangerous Cargo” and “Dangerous Enemy.”
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