HYDRO, Okla. (PRWEB) May 29, 2015
Author W. E. Radford uses the tragic events of the Malaysia flight 370 as an inspiration to create “The Way Home” (published by Xlibris), an exciting read on finding one’s way home no matter the obstacles.
“The Way Home” follows Bill a man that has an out of body experience due to a car wreck. His soul is flung far away from his body and gets lost. He soon tries to make sense of everything he sees. He goes in search of his body before it is too late. During this journey he sees life through a whole new perspective.
This book was written to give readers a whole new perception on life and the importance of having a great devotion to God and one’s family.
“The Way Home”
By W. E. Radford
Hardcover | 6x9 in | 104 pages | ISBN 9781503559714
Softcover | 6x9 in | 104 pages | ISBN 9781503559721
E-Book | 104 pages | ISBN 9781503559738
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
W. E. Radford was born in Fort Sill, Oklahoma on October 9, 1972. He was raised in a small farming town north of the Red River called Temple where he continued to live until the end of 2003. He moved with his high school sweetheart to Rush Springs. Their stay there was brief. They then moved to his grandparents’ hometown in Eakly in the summer of 2005. He continues to live there with his wife and children. They have a total of six beautiful daughters along with several animals. They also have two grandchildren Syrinity Marie born in September 2012 and Jacob Lewis who was born in September 2014.
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