SOUTH MORANG, Australia (PRWEB) March 02, 2017
Covering depression, feeling like a misfit and forbidden love, “A Change of Heart: Book One of a Trilogy” (published by Balboa Press AU) by Adrian De Nittis stresses the importance of self-acceptance and listening to one’s heart.
Tom Wethers is a simple man. Due to a change in prosperity, he finds himself in a place he never imagined – and a change of heart leads him in a direction he would not have thought possible. His loved ones forgive him, but Tom realizes that forgiving himself will be his most difficult challenge. It takes work to fix the depressive thoughts that plague him and in the midst of a deep depression, Tom finds an unexpected love.
“I want readers to realise that just because their story doesn’t look or sound like the person next doors,” Wethers says, it doesn’t mean that their particular journey isn’t just as important and just as real. You make your own story in life, make it the best one you can. Having experienced depression first hand, I sunk to the level of suicidal thoughts. These thoughts lead me to later come up with the idea of an easier way of actually taking that next step to end your own life.”
An excerpt from “A Change of Heart”:
You know, it actually brought back a memory, a phrase a wise man once told me. … ‘True love is when no soul around you exists, except for the soul that it is united with.’
About the Author
Adrian De Nittis as born in Melbourne, Australia. He is also the author of “Twisted Tales, Volume 1” and two children’s books. “A Change of Heart” is the first book in a planned trilogy. The father of two sons, he lives with his wife, Kristy, in South Morang, Victoria, Australia.
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