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The author of the book: Laurie Larsen
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Language: English
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The size of the: 7.79 MB
Edition: Random Moon Books
Date of issue: February 3rd 2015
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A traumatic family event. Distinctly opposite ways of dealing with it between husband and wife. Instead of joyfully celebrating the safe return of their kidnapped daughter, Tom and Marianne are struggling to understand why they've landed on polar opposites of this parenting issue.

Accepting her husband's approach would require Marianne to disown a beloved family member. That can't be God's will.

Accepting his wife's approach would require Tom to relive past mistakes made by his own father that he forever swore he'd never repeat.

Marriage. Free will. God's will. A journey of continuous work to achieve fulfillment. Let no man put asunder.


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Ebook Journey to Fulfillment read Online! Since as far back as I can remember, I’ve been a writer. As a child, I wrote stories featuring my favorite characters at the time: horses. I created plays and nagged my neighborhood friends into acting, while I produced and directed, and presented them to our parents. I constantly kept a journal, a way to document my life’s events, and also try to make sense of the world around me. As a student at Blackburn College, I majored in English, and accepted my first job as an assistant editor at a small magazine publishing company.

Somewhere along the way, though, life got in the way. The salary that the magazine paid me to do the work I loved was minimal. Insulting, even. I needed to finance the basics of life – a home, a car, food. So I left the magazine, and embarked on a very different kind of career with a large insurance company. I got lots of opportunities — I paid health insurance claims, I taught the computer to insurance agents, I supervised customer service representatives in the billing department. I love my career and all the complex challenges I encounter there. During the course of my duties, I wrote memos and evaluations, but nothing that satisfied that creative urge within me to express myself.

When my life was at its busiest, juggling the responsibilities of marriage, homeownership, motherhood, and a full time career, I decided to resurrect my dream. I began writing – only in dribs and drabs, because that’s all I had time for. I looked forward to running up to my “office” (actually, my guest bedroom) every day, so I could spend my allotted one hour (the most I could convince my kids to leave me to myself) and write. The result was my first published book: Whispers of the Heart.

I was absolutely thrilled when Publishamerica, the first publisher I sent the manuscript to, loved it and wanted to publish it. Since then, I’ve been hooked. Since I began Whispers in 1998, I’ve consistently had a project underway. I now have six books published, and three more completed manuscripts which I’m shopping around, hoping to find a publisher who believes in them as much as I do. Along the way, I’ve won a couple awards, done many booksignings and appearances and met a lot of great people, both readers and writers.

Life is still busy. I’m currently a manager in the Information Technology field. My day job is a fast-paced, stress-filled environment. My husband and I are the proud parents of two sons. Seventeen and twenty, my oldest is in college and my younger is in high school. Although parenting changes the older they get, it’s still the most rewarding part of my life helping my boys grow and mature into their own lives.



Reviews of the Journey to Fulfillment


CONNOR

A hard book, obviously not for everyone.

MAX

Written easily, vividly, wisely.

BEATRICE

Light fiction for Cloudy day

LIAM

Phone number you need to drive to protect against robots. I wrote the number and downloaded without registering.

SOFIA

The only book I read in 1 day




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