2016 Book Blast Aileen Friedman

Brain to Books2016 Summer Book Blast(1)

Brain to Books Presents Aileen Friedman

  • Genre: Christian Romance
  • Title: The Sparkle In Her Eyes

BOOK COVER_REV03The devastating disease, Alzheimer’s, that ravaged her mother, left the author, Aileen Friedman, inspired to share her emotional rollercoaster ride. A heartfelt and non-fictional short story told from the depths of her heart also includes humorous encounters with other residents of the home in which her mother spent her remaining days.

Included are six more short stories, all designed to encourage and inspire the reader. From the story about a beautiful but selfish model who loses everything in an accident, to an actress who finds true love on an airplane, and an alcoholic who returns to her hometown for a school reunion. The reader will also meet a woman whose life is changed when renovating a house, an elderly lady who returns home after sixty years and who is haunted by her past, and a young lady who by discovering a cosy bookstore discovers much more.

Be uplifted by seven wonderful stories, share the author’s tears and happiness, and rejoice in the strength of Jesus as her characters overcome the obstacles placed in their paths. Buy now.

About the Author

Aileen FriedmanAileen Friedman is an accomplished author with five published novels and several short stories. Ms Friedman taps into her personal experiences for inspiration, and her work has been very well-received but throughout the world, for its accessibility and the believable characters she creates. Having been a dedicated Christian since 1989, and an upstanding member of her community, Ms Friedman’s stories carry a message of hope for all her readers.

Ms Friedman and her husband have since the later part of 2015, ventured out on exciting missionary journeys, traveling through Central, South and North America, carrying God’s word. Official Site

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