“2050” – My Last Novel of our future?

My last book, 2050, concerned Pittsburgh in the year 2050.  In September my next book, In A Moment’s Time, will be released and it concerns the power of forgiveness. Maybe the most powerful of human emotions is what one feels when another bestows forgiveness on them for a deed that has troubled that person for days, weeks or even years. A person knows when they have harmed another by their actions whether that be a physcial, emotional, or verbal harm.  A just person; a real person will harbor a sense of guilt for what they have done. A psychopath or ego driven person will just accept what they did as them playing out their life they want to and sorry for the hurt they gave to someone else. A real person will want to relieve that knawing sensation of guilt. A real person who accepts that person’s guilt and forgives them will feel as sense of relief themselves in an almost “God” given facility that they didn’t know they possessed. That is the essence of my new book, In A Moment’s Time. It takes place in hometown Pittsburgh and will be available through Barnes and Noble as a paperback and also as an EBook.  It’s a Pittsburgh book for the country; reality is Pittsburgh and so is this fine novel.

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