“Woodward introduces what he calls the “missing link” in his family history – those years his ancestor spent growing up in London, England before he emigrated to the United States and began working on the Ohio River.” – Jack Magnus for Readers’ Favorite

“The heart-wrenching story of a young boy whose life shatters slowly and painfully after his mother’s death is one that speaks profoundly of so many similar family situations in that era. An excellent read – looking forward to Book 2.” – Emily-Jane Hills Orford for Readers’ Favorite

“Another Chance gives a great start to what proposes to be a very interesting trilogy filled with family ties, good clear writing and a strong sense of personal narrative.” – K. C. Finn for Readers’ Favorite

“This true to life story will keep you riveted and ready for the next installment! – Tracy Young for Readers’ Favorite

“Woodward introduces what he calls the “missing link” in his family history – those years his ancestor spent growing up in London, England before he emigrated to the United States and began working on the Ohio River.” – Jack Magnus for Readers’ Favorite

“The heart-wrenching story of a young boy whose life shatters slowly and painfully after his mother’s death is one that speaks profoundly of so many similar family situations in that era. An excellent read – looking forward to Book 2.” – Emily-Jane Hills Orford for Readers’ Favorite

“Another Chance gives a great start to what proposes to be a very interesting trilogy filled with family ties, good clear writing and a strong sense of personal narrative.” – K. C. Finn for Readers’ Favorite

“This true to life story will keep you riveted and ready for the next installment! – Tracy Young for Readers’ Favorite

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

JOSEPH WOODWARD

Joseph Woodward comes to you with a diverse background in marketing, music, and public relations. He was raised in Central Ohio and attended Ohio State University. His background in writing copy for a variety of products and services, gave him the ability to write “rich,” say a lot with fewer words.

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A BEAUTIFUL STORY

This just couldn’t happen to just anyone…

95 years of her journey and how each husband prepared her for their successor. Annabelle Anderson was a young girl in Iowa who grew up with hard working parents. Their core values, morals and work ethic, is what gave her the tools to navigate life. From child rearing with a husband whose health and attitude deteriorated, to marrying a commanding officer in the navy who was also a renowned artist, to marrying into an eastern social life style with a connected family that set her up for a wonderfully protected existence in her later years. Her most notable art renderings were portraits of people and animals. Her pieces offered an innocent look at both mediums, “caught in the moment”.

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A BEAUTIFUL STORY

This just couldn’t happen to just anyone…

95 years of her journey and how each husband prepared her for their successor. Annabelle Anderson was a young girl in Iowa who grew up with hard working parents. Their core values, morals and work ethic, is what gave her the tools to navigate life. From child rearing with a husband whose health and attitude deteriorated, to marrying a commanding officer in the navy who was also a renowned artist, to marrying into an eastern social life style with a connected family that set her up for a wonderfully protected existence in her later years. Her most notable art renderings were portraits of people and animals. Her pieces offered an innocent look at both mediums, “caught in the moment”.

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“…A typical day might involve making their own kites to fly..but with a twist. The kites became Trojan warriors in the sky. You see…”

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“…The owner’s name was Merv. He was about sixty and a very congenial bar owner. He always knew what was going on in town and was quick to share it. Somehow, …”

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“…Of interest to Donald was his brother’s knowledge of what happened in Benghazi. Ronald’s advantage of being invisible to foreign intelligence and flying…”

The Fernandez Brothers

“…A typical day might involve making their own kites to fly..but with a twist. The kites became Trojan warriors in the sky. You see…”

The OK Cafe

“…The owner’s name was Merv. He was about sixty and a very congenial bar owner. He always knew what was going on in town and was quick to share it. Somehow, …”

Trump’s Soup Kitchen

“…Of interest to Donald was his brother’s knowledge of what happened in Benghazi. Ronald’s advantage of being invisible to foreign intelligence and flying…”

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