Jackson Heights, New York (PRWEB) June 17, 2013
A captivating reading experience, When You’re Sad, You Cry shares the heartrending story of author Anthony Williams as he recalls the wonderful memories he had with his life partner, husband and best friend. In this engaging book, readers will also journey through the process of grief and learn how one man had found the courage and faith to continue on despite the pain that death brings.
Very few publications are known about what it is truly like to lose a husband in a gay marriage. The sufferings, emotional torments and the episodes of loneliness all begin to creep in. When You’re Sad, You Cry articulates the amount of sorrow felt when death knocks on one’s door and bading farewell to a lover, friend and partner becomes inevitable.
When Williams’ significant other lost his battle to HIV in 1995, his world turned upside down. He no longer knew what to do. The torment was tremendously excruciating, he did not know how to pick up the broken pieces of his life. Nevertheless, his gradual road towards acceptance had given him the strength he needed to move forward.
A curious glimpse into homosexual marriage, this book is an inspiring work that helps millions of readers as they get out of the darkness of grief, despair and darkness and into the gradual process of recovery. An insightful work dedicated to uplifting the burdens experienced by gay widowers, When You’re Sad, You Cry is an inspiring beacon of light amidst crucial times of brokenness.
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About the Author
Anthony Williams was born in 1963 and raised in Brooklyn, New York. He presently lives in Queens. He is the eldest in his family, with five brothers. Williams has been a registered nurse since 1993 and is now a visiting nurse. He is presently married to Daron Lamar Williams since 2012.
When You’re Sad, You Cry * by Anthony Williams
Publication Date: April 23, 2013
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