Story of Loss, Tragedy as well as Goodness Encapsulated in a Book

September 15 04:42 2020
Story of Loss, Tragedy as well as Goodness Encapsulated in a Book

How long have you been chasing happiness and finding good things to happen, only to have it move away from you at the same velocity? Felicia Wood maybe the loveliest woman yet behind her beauty and ensuring success as a licensed nurse, is a woman who struggles to bear the pain of marriage, left-out by the men in her life, living with someone you despise, and with the loss of a niece, she faded into where ever her world was now.

Felicia’s story also touched her unrelenting purchases from catalogues that cost her marriage to fail, and her complex feelings between religion and spirituality in the wake of her niece’s loss.

Author Evelyn Cole’s, Gambling for Good Mail may have hints of darkness at times. However, the readers will be surprised to know that pages of this book might just give them a sense of optimism and possibly could to reach people who are going or have gone through similar experiences like Felicia.

The story of Felicia might just bring comfort to people who reads this novel, find it for yourself and immerse in this captivating drama.

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About the Author:

Evelyn Cole, MA, MFA, poet and resident of San Luis Obispo County, CA, is a failed sea kayaker, a successful cook, failed businesswoman, successful teacher and professor, failed webmaster, successful ping pong champ, failed golfer and successful traveler, wife/lover, mother, and occupant of this planet who wears her poetic license on her car, her head in the sand, and her heart in her pen.

She has published one textbook on levels of abstraction, two books of poetry, and six novels shown throughout, “Call me Mary” subtitled “and do call,” “For the Sake of All Others,” “A Tough Journey,” “Gambling for Good Mail,” “Hurricane Love” and “The Underbelly,” subtitled “Dr. Jacquelyn and Mrs. Hyde.” Beside non-fiction articles for psychologists, she wrote Brainsweep, a six lesson course for tapping into the subconscious mind. It is available free to anyone who doesn’t mind writing by hand.

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