Be mindful of your life. Maybe not all the bad that goes on is your fault.
Snellville, Ga. (PRWEB) September 23, 2013
“It’s the battle of good versus evil, but attached to an everyday couple and their relationship,” says Hardin.
After a bitter divorce, 52-year old James Thompson has about had it with marriage, but Cynthia Strathmore changes all of that. She seems like the answer to James’ prayers. They marry, and James moves into their house, but something evil seems to be growing. James experiences eerie happenings in the house that can’t be explained, and he suspects that a demon might be the cause. Though not particularly religious, James seeks spiritual guidance, but will it be enough to conquer the evil lurking in his home and marriage?
“I think people can relate to James,” Hardin writes of his protagonist, “and sometimes want to slap him for how ignorant he acts. His character has a more realistic appeal.”
He advises readers, “Be mindful of your life. Maybe not all the bad that goes on is your fault.”
By Robert Hardin
Hardcover | 5.5 x 8.5in | 238 pages | ISBN 9781491702871
Softcover | 5.5 x 8.5in | 238 pages | ISBN 9781491702864
E-Book | 238 pages | ISBN 9781491702888
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About the Author
Robert Hardin is a workingman and always has been, but his passion for theater has always been strong and a driving force in his success. He studied acting in Atlanta and performed in many playhouse shows and dinner theaters. This love of acting developed into Hardin writing his first screenplay, which is currently being rewritten as his second novel.
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