MCHENRY, Ill. (PRWEB) April 09, 2020
Brian Ellis is a registered nurse, youth pastor, teacher, and medical writer who shares his Chicago-area home with his wife, three cats, and a lifetime collection of books. He has published his new book “No Bugs in Heaven”: a gripping and potent literary debut.
Caskets should only come in one size. This was Jim’s observation on the worst day of his life. Or was it? Jim was a typical father both loving and involved. But on this day, Jim’s Tradition, charms on a bracelet, caused him to doubt how he fathered the most wonderful seven-year-old girl, Zoe. Jim traded this doubt for his sense of peace, and nothing he was doing helped. He needed help and the Journey, along with Zoe and the mysterious Abe, was there to do just that. With a sense of wonder, Jim was carried through a series of places and events. Each setting was more spectacular than the last, and each place was set up to teach and make Jim understand reality. Jim’s search for peace could only be found through turmoil and hard work. And with each setting came a charm, a charm that was made by his own hard work and example of a father. In the end, he would find peace right where he left it, right in the middle of the truth. Jim was a great father, and all of heaven was there to teach. All Jim needed to do was let go and listen. All he needed to do was seek and find. The Journey was real, and Jim’s Tradition didn’t stand a chance.
Published by Page Publishing, Brian Ellis’s engrossing book is a thought-provoking work of fiction exploring the profound nature of grief and faith.
Readers who wish to experience this spellbinding work can purchase “No Bugs in Heaven” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
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