Rite of Passage
William D. Bain - Author, 2005 - 128 pages
Rite of Passage is a hallmark event of change in your life. It can be a crossing over from adolescence to adulthood or finding true love. It can be achieving a lifelong goal or a time of clarity in life where you come to an understanding of where you need to be. Rite of Passage can also be that defining moment in your life where with arms wide open and with a listening heart to God you say, Here I am, let the adventure begin. An insightful look at relationships and dating, in a search for love from the realities of singleness with some humor and wisdom mixed in. A book of hope in short story and poetry form William D. Bain (Bill) is a writer, a poet, and an artist. He authored Verses from the Heart, published in 1999. He is a member of the Academy of American Poets, the Poetry Society of America, the Greater Flint Arts Council, and a member of Jerry B. Jenkins Christian Writers Guild. William is featured in the 59th edition 2005 of Who s Who in America, and the 22nd edition 2005 of Who s Who in the World. He resides in the state of Michigan. This title will be published soon and pre-orders can be taken. please call 1-877-421-7323 to order.
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