Austin, Texas, is the drunkest city in the United States of America. The city famed for its nightlife is home to Joseph Woodward's award-winning books — a fine blend of contemporary, historical, suspense, and young adult tales. The latest addition, Back Running: An All-American Family's Role In The Battle For Power by Joseph Woodward, has made him an award-winning storyteller for Young Adult Action and Adventure! Fast-paced might not have been for everyone, but it sure is for Joseph.
More often than not, readers argue that what makes a great romance novel is the plot and the ending (especially the ones that have us crying happy tears for the most part). But a happy-go-lucky book doesn't cut the slacks for Joseph Woodward's, so he adds in the scope of thrill to get his readers hanging by the edge of their seats. His writing is so subjective that any man or woman reading it compares their relationship with that reflected in the book. His comprehensive background in writing gives him the ability to write rich stories, but in fewer words.
But love is love, writes Joseph Woodward's in Sudden Freedom: Home Is Where The Heart Is, yet another profound work of literary fiction based solely on real-life events that make us whole. Ernest Woodward is one such character that millions of readers have been able to relate to through the years — his dedication to his family allowed him to work endlessly to build a successful business and keep his family together, but unfortunately, the way Ernest discovers himself after his father who has rejected him upon remarrying. But what could have made him mean, bitter, and resentful, taught him to value his generational traits. His love is so genuinely felt amongst his siblings and step-siblings that through the trials and tribulations of his stepmother wreaking havoc, the power of connection and unity flourishes. The sequel is a powerful story of redemption that settles down the demons of his past.
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