Author Bill Flynn’s newly released “Life Going Forward in America” is the inspiration tale of one man’s two-thousand-mile walk across nine US states

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“Life Going Forward in America: Part 3” from Christian Faith Publishing author Bill Flynn is a tale that explores a number of evergreen, weighty, and pertinent themes and topics, most notably peace, respect, truth, addiction, hope, and faith.

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“Life Going Forward in America”: a riveting and thought-provoking tale about one man’s two-thousand-mile walk across America. “Life Going Forward in America” is the creation of published author, Bill Flynn, who taught the martial art of karate for twenty-eight years and holds the title of Renshi.

Flynn writes: “‘Life Going Forward in America’ covers an array of principles, virtues, revelations, and philosophies in an inspirational way. This book encourages students of all ages to learn and question important aspects of life and gives parents and teachers ways to teach these topics in simple and fun formats.”

Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Bill Flynn’s new book is the tale of one man’s two-thousand-mile, unsupported walk across nine US states.
Although telling the story of an adventure unlike any other, the triumph of Flynn’s tale lies more in the message than the means. Throughout this account of Flynn’s epic, on-foot Odyssey are dispersed dozens of tales-within-the-tale that all contribute to the author’s heartfelt call to live a life full not only of adventure, but of compassion, kindness, faith, and heart.

View a synopsis of “Life Going Forward in America” on YouTube.

Consumers can purchase “Life Going Forward in America” at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at, Apple iTunes store, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or inquiries about “Life Going Forward in America”, contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.

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