NEW YORK (PRWEB) January 28, 2021
D.C. Townsend, a retiree who lives on a secluded ridge in the northern Black Hills of South Dakota, has completed book 2 in his series, “The Path Given: Into the Future”: an exciting fictional tale where Jonna once again finds herself faced with choices she needs to make in order to fulfill her duties to the people and to herself.
Townsend writes, “This is a continuation of The Path Given.
Jonna inherits a challenge that she does not feel qualified for. Tragedy places her on a new path into the future. Jonna cannot escape her unwanted reputation as a great peacemaker, a great negotiator, and a heroine to the common people. It is a fact that one cannot evade one’s reputation, good or bad; it is a burden one must accept. Little things lead to bigger things that lead to great things under their own momentum. Jonna tolerates and cajoles a nutty physicist that has some weird ideas, along with a few creative scientists and engineers, giving them an opportunity to create unusual things using spooky physics. Nothing is easy. She questions most of the decision she makes. Her sense of duty and responsibility forces Jonna onto a path going to extraordinary destinations. All things change, usually in unforeseen ways.”
Published by Page Publishing, D.C. Townsend’s riveting narrative continues the tale of Jonna where readers will witness the new encounters she has gone through that are never normal and, at times, spell danger.
Readers who wish to experience this brilliant work can purchase “The Path Given: Into the Future” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
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