No More Tomorrows: Two Lives, Two Stories, One Love
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No More Tomorrows: Two Lives, Two Stories, One Love

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No More Tomorrows is a touching love story of two men (one HIV Positive, one HIV Negative) and the impact of living and loving in the age of AIDS.
Paperback, 224 pages
Published June 30th 2009 by Strebor Books (first published May 19th 2008)
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Leona Romich
By Rodney Lofton

A Celebration of Life…

Twenty years have passed since the day Mark Jones heard the words that would forever change his life. “You have tested HIV antibody positive.” For years since that day he tried to prepare himself to die…only to wake up one day to realize it was just a diagnosis and not a death sentence. So to celebrate twenty years of “living” he decided to throw himself a “Celebration of Life” party. Inviting all his closet friends and family to celebrate...more
Shaun A.
This morning at 10:15 a.m. I finished reading No More Tomorrows by Rodney Lofton. It's a very powerful book. This is Mr. Lofton first novel and it contained themes of realism, which left me as the reader feeling as though I were reading a biography over a novel. Not that it is a bad thing. The flow of the story and writing still made it feel like you were actually a first-hand witness to their joys and pain. That confirms that he's a seriously talented writer.

There were many lessons learn from...more
Boundless Love

With a diagnosis of HIV, Mark Jones chose to get busy living rather than get busy dying. With tomorrow not promised, he celebrated his today with a Celebration of Life party. It’s at that party that he met Kevin Williams, who would become the love of his life. “No More Tomorrows” chronicles that relationship.

While not the ideal situation or love story, Rodney Lofton does an excellent job with his poignant depiction. This emotional novel is both tough to read yet easy to believe....more
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