And others books by Blaine Coleman 


050614 am (Copy) thumb2  FIVE STAR REVIEWS!
These ten stories follow the life of a boy named Roland McCray growing up during the massive social changes of the 1960’s in a southern town immersed in Civil War history. Roland learns that people aren’t always honest and that prejudice between races and religions doesn’t seem to be any different than it was a century before. Elements of self-discovery and a deep sense of spirituality are woven throughout this nostalgic coming of age tale.
Finding Luck with Roland McCray  FIVE STAR REVIEWS!
These stories follow Roland McCray into those angst-ridden teen years. Roland, no longer a child but not yet an adult, learns the pain of loss and the indescribable joy of first love. This book will quickly pull you into Roland’s world and the struggles of being a teenager. This in an inspirational story that will leave you with a new view of life!
Sixteen short stories chronicle Roland McCray’s coming of age in the 1960’s south. You’ll quickly be drawn into Roland’s world as he learns about right and wrong and the true meaning of faith, and experiences the unavoidable loss that growth brings… or is it the growth that loss brings? Roland’s story will remind you of something you’ve forgotten, something important, and you’ll identify with him on this ultimately inspiring journey of personal and spiritual growth!
This is a collection of short stories and poetry that take an incisive look at the suffering and grief we all face in life and the renewal of faith, the personal and spiritual growth that suffering confers on us, even when we don’t recognize it ourselves. The works collected here examine the highs and lows in life and finds the deep, abiding sense of hope that remains through it all!

This song’s sensibility, imagery and message all

seem perfectly tailored for my books!

“When you realize how perfect everything is you will
tilt your head back and laugh at the sky.”

Spiritbath @spiritbath

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  1. On another note … on another note, thanks for stopping by “It Is What It Is” and the follow. I hope you enjoy your visits there!! hugs …. Peace!! <3 ….

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