Adam's Journal: A Novel

Adam's Journal: A Novel

by E C Flickinger

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Overview

Sometimes life breaks our hearts. We’d rather hide our true selves in very dark places and never let anyone close enough to shine light and discover our broken souls.


Adam, an introverted boy, trips over himself whenever he’s in the presence of a potential mate. He spends his days waiting for opportunity to greet him, and when she’s finally there, Adam resists living in the moment. If Adam does connect physically, the sensation overwhelms him and he’s pulled back inside himself—he ends up losing the girl.


Adam exercises as a coping mechanism and becomes stronger and more self-confident which attracts attention—from women—and the cycle starts all over again.


Adam is a good friend, but he could be fighting a battle for your glory right now and you’d never know it—he often doesn't even think to share the really important details; it happens.


Topics of friends, fate, affection, trust, self-confidence, competition, bananas, defeat, patience, and finally capturing a life’s dream are all themes.


Adam eventually finds love and companionship, but in a twist of fate, he must find a way to win her back. Sometimes you just have to wait for the thing you want most.


8 unnumbered pages, 247 numbered pages, 5 unnumbered pages.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780998206905
Publisher: Grackle Publishing, LLC
Publication date: 11/30/2016
Pages: 260
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.59(d)
Age Range: 16 - 18 Years

About the Author

A dear friend once told me to count my blessings. It's taken me my whole life to finally finishing counting. Wait; I just thought of another one.

I've seen the world through the eyes of a child, friend, teenager, athlete, musician, artist, scholar, protege, poet, lover, inventor, traveler, solver, spouse, parent, leader, mentor, grandparent--and now author.

Where our blessings happen and where they lead us doesn't matter. Our most precious gifts are the friends and family who share our journey.

So keep your chin up and remember that the world is full of unmet friends.

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