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Stories of Hope For The Journey

Four WWII veterans gather at their favorite donut shop to swap stories. But the story on this particular morning makes them wonder what is real and what is truly possible…

The deep bond between a man and ...
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Overview

Stories of Hope For The Journey

Four WWII veterans gather at their favorite donut shop to swap stories. But the story on this particular morning makes them wonder what is real and what is truly possible…

The deep bond between a man and his dog, separation and guilt, and how reconciliation and redemption may still come about, regardless of space and time…

A Christmas tale that envisions what it might have been like to encounter Charles Dickens on Christmas Eve near the end of his life…

A young man caught in the midst of blood and fire of the Civil War, writes home to his mother as an act of reassurance. His letters lead us through some of the war’s most brutal campaigns, as well as deeply touching a weary general…

An aged widower discovers a prehistoric creature and its grieving mate and finds comfort in an outrageous plan….

Journeys of adventure, conflict, love and loss.

But always a journey of hope.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014926843
  • Publisher: JKellyWorks
  • Publication date: 8/6/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 474 KB

Meet the Author

John has written over a wide spectrum the last fifteen years when he began writing seriously. He's published dozens of short stories and articles in national publications. He's also written three novels, screenplays and produced stage works. He is the Founder and Creative Director of JKellyWorks, a Brand Development company specializing in high-end corporate writing, directing and producing. Currently he is the Director of Communications for The Gathering, a non-profit philanthropic Christian organization.

He is the author of Lost & Found, a middle grade novel that has been called "a touching cross between To Kill A Mockingbird and Stand By Me." Raised in the Northwest, John now lives in East Texas with his wife, Dawn, and their ever-growing menagerie.
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