Plano, TX (PRWEB) October 21, 2016
One day, when he was in his room, author Franklon Rashaude Voss had an unexpected encounter with Jesus Christ, who personally visited and told him to write a book. In “The Days of Tragedy” (published by AuthorHouse), Voss fulfills publishing his very first book.
A self-help and autobiography book, “The Days of Tragedy” centers on the author, who has been living as a good man, a militant and church leader, but with several issues to deal with. Taking place in Plano and Dallas, the author details his own personal experiences in this book that the readers may appreciate.
An excerpt from the book:
In my life, tragedies are occurring regularly. From day to day challenges to lies in my background records that try to keep me down, every day is a struggle. With God to guide me, I’m able to make it every day. I work hard daily from three o’clock in the evening to one o’clock in the morning. It takes two trains and a bus to get me there. My journey began as a young black man at a top notch high school, striving to graduate, and continued with me graduating from a small mechanic training academy. Thanks to the good Lord, my story is still being written today.
“The Days of Tragedy”
By Franklon Rashaude Voss
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 110 pages | ISBN 9781524626051
E-Book | 110 pages | ISBN 9781524626044
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Franklon Rashaude Voss, who has his own creative writing, is a young African-American. He has been gifted from God to start his own writing career. Voss had long aspired to become an author. He is based in Plano.
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