Paul A. Williamson’s new book “Disconnected: The Benjamin Ryan Booker Story” shares a teenage boy’s harrowing coming of age tale

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Recent release “Disconnected: The Benjamin Ryan Booker Story” from Page Publishing author Paul A. Williamson is a poignant tale of a young man’s toils in reconnecting with a dying parent and dealing with a new perspective in life.

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Paul A. Williamson is an artist and a writer born in Illinois and grew up in Amarillo, Texas. He has completed his new book “Disconnected”: a thought-provoking story of Ben Booker, an adolescent who reestablishes his life by reconnecting with his dying father and experiencing life-changing misfortunes.

Author Williamson imparts relatable moments of dissociation and adjustment felt by most youth at a critical time in their lives: “Ben Booker is a seventeen-year-old senior in high school living in the northwest panhandle of Texas. After returning home from a summer job in southwest Texas, he is informed that he and his mother will be relocating to the state of Illinois so Ben can begin to cultivate a relationship with his dying father. Upon arriving in the state of Illinois, he is overcome with culture shock. He is ushered into manhood through a series of unfortunate events with catastrophic and life-altering experiences.”

Published by Page Publishing, Paul A. Williamson’s emotionally evoking opus shares a deep, unequivocal understanding of every adolescents’ struggles in life in their quest to find purpose and belongingness in society and within.

Readers who wish to experience this heartfelt, impassioned work can purchase “Disconnected: The Benjamin Ryan Booker Story” at bookstores everywhere or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

About Page Publishing:
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