Essex, United Kingdom (PRWEB) May 14, 2014
Friendship that would go the extra mile in proving itself is the moving force behind “Time Will Tell” authored by Patricia M. Smith. It runs the amazing journey of identifying oneself, building self-image and showing the world what an individual could become when backed by a tight-knitted companionship.
This telling story starts off with five students meeting on their first day at college. There is Fliss, a brilliant dyslexic; Bridie, an Irish girl far from her family; Jules, a handsome homosexual; Gustave, a German financial wizard; and Claudia, a wealthy beauty. Together they identify themselves with one another, despite hailing from different countries, races and upbringing. They get to know one another thoroughly and share the past they so seldom spoke of while realizing that they all need a new family who really cares about them. They stick together throughout the years and through all trials and tribulations that life throws at them.
Based on the college life Smith had, these tales of friendship strive to inculcate in readers that lasting camaraderie will surface in the good times and uplift a person in the bad ones. Ultimately, it leaves a message that unceasing and permanent friendship will defy the test of time.
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About the Author
Author Patricia M. Smith was born in London 65 years ago. She is a widow with two grown-up sons. She divides her time between UK and her house in USA where she can write peacefully by Lake Whitmore. After working as a language teacher and living in France, she studied creative writing under Sandie Traveller and at Winchester University, writing short stories at first then graduating into novels. Smith also enjoys painting and has travelled widely visiting all five continents.
Time Will Tell* by Patricia M. Smith
A Tale of Friendship
Publication Date: April 8, 2014
Trade Paperback; £13.99; 142 pages; 9781493193745
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