Shoal Water, Australia (PRWEB) June 27, 2013
In a poignant and heartrending narrative that follows a young boy and his brother as they face life after losing their mother, author Wendy Williams offers her readers valuable life lessons worth emulating. No One There is an inspiring book brimming with pure human emotions and showcases how these two boys withstand the test time of time and how their love for each other inspired them to become strong, resilient and hopeful in life. This is the story of their battles, their achievements and their dreams.
This book narrates the journey of little Charlie and his brother, who were 4 and 3-year-olds, respectively, when their mother left them. Their father was left alone to raise them on a lonely farm. When they were 12 and 11, the Social Welfare was about to take them both and place them in a State Home or foster them out to different families. A friendly couple on a farm the other side of town, however, came up with a solution. After living two different lifestyles up to Charlie’s late teenage years, he imagined how he would make his future better and how he can help his brother with his plans in life.
Throughout this book, readers will follow the two brothers’ tumultuous journey towards achieving their dreams and success in life, which will absolutely inspire and motivate them in many life-changing ways.
In No One There, Williams has written a deeply inspirational fiction that aims to touch readers’ hearts and souls. This deftly woven book also reveals how hard life could be in the 1940s and offers a true account that was told by Williams’ husband over their 30 years together.
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About the Author
Wendy Williams is a retired primary school teacher and teacher librarian. She enjoys reading, travelling with her husband and delights in visiting her children and grandchildren. She also takes pleasure in writing poems or stories of their experiences.
No One There* by Wendy Williams
Publication Date: May 17, 2013
Trade Paperback; AU$19.99; 48 pages; 978-1-4836-3507-1
Trade Hardback; AU$39.99; 48 pages; 978-1-4836-4074-7
Ebook; AU$3.99; 978-1-4836-3508-8
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