The Final Harvest of Judah Woodbine” tells the transformational story of Judah, a man who was forced into early retirement due to a physical decline from post-polio syndrome.
Garland, Texas (PRWEB) March 21, 2014
“I have always been moved by stories about people who overcome great adversity, survive and continue to grow, and who find peace despite the tragedies that are all too common in life,” Stock says. “My husband survived polio and a two-year separation from his family. Judah Woodbine is his alter ego.”
“The Final Harvest of Judah Woodbine” tells the transformational story of Judah, a man who was forced into early retirement due to a physical decline from post-polio syndrome. When his wife becomes the sole breadwinner of the household, he feels lost and alone. One early morning in a sleepy haze, he accidentally kills his wife and suffers deep pain from the experience.
Her death thrusts Judah into his past, where he relives the traumas of his childhood. Armed with the perspective clarity of adulthood, he casts off old insecurities and chooses to take control of his life, moving in a new direction.
“The Final Harvest of Judah Woodbine”
By Cynthia Stock
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 246 pages | ISBN 9781491723630
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 246 pages | ISBN 9781491723623
E-Book | 246 pages | ISBN 9781491723647
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Cynthia Stock has a master’s degree in nursing and has worked as a nurse in critical care for 40 years. She currently attends Southern Methodist University in the Continuing and Professional Education program. She is a contributing writer to the E-zine boomerbuzzmagazine.com and lives with her husband and their two cats in Garland, Texas.
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