All We Leave Behind

Thirty-seven-year-old John Morgan's personal life is already in disarray when he receives a phone call that his brother and niece are dead. His relationship with his father is nearly nonexistent, he barely speaks to his sister, and he has no real friends to lean on. As the tragic news slowly begins to sink in, John realizes he is floating aimlessly in the middle of an unpredictable sea of emotions with no one to rescue him. In this compelling tale that movingly illustrates the devastating effects of a dysfunctional family, John must learn to change what he can, accept what he cannot, and make the difficult decision to leave some things behind. I'm excitedly working on a second novel. Thanks for checking out my work. PS: for those that wish to own my book it can be purchased in multiple formats and found on various major online distribution channels. Thank you!
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This is well written. It concerns common problems of our time. I am looking forward to reading more.
Note: always seeking for a why? Why them? Why now? How could this happen-just yesterday they were...
Note: coping with grief and loss is unique. How do we ever completely accept what is missing? Too many memories.
I really don't want this to be a depressing book. If it doesn't have an uplifting moral at the end then I will cry.
this is so deep, the way you expressed it, like the need to live life is there but joy of waking up every day and faceing it isn't,
Start reading my first book! On Harry styles! Please I want to know if its any good or if I should just I've up! It's called incorrect love

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Name David Baird
Location Milton, Ontario
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