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Everyone has a garden… whether they know it or not.

What is it that makes life worth living?

Is it money? Fame? Fun?

Why is it that some people can have nothing, yet persevere in the face of adversity? They can be hated, attacked, ridiculed, and yet they continue to live their life to the fullest. Yet others seem to struggle even when seemingly everything is going right for them.

Could it be that the people who struggle live for a non-existent t...

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Published on June 20, 2018 10:38
Average rating: 3.78 · 37 ratings · 16 reviews · 1 distinct work
Driving to BelAir

3.78 avg rating — 37 ratings — published 2011 — 3 editions
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Driving to BelAir (Literature & Fiction)
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Description: Dale had everything—dream job, dream woman, dream life. When he moved to New York to chase his dreams, he never planned on returning to the Indiana farm where he grew up. Yet, one phone call from his ex-fiance brings him back to face the brothers he abandoned and the consequences of the choices he made in pursuit of those dreams. Will a father's last wish be the key to reuniting a family torn apart by tragedy? Or will Dale lose everything while driving to BelAir.
Choices (Literature & Fiction)
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Description: A young man contemplates his life—and what could have been—through a series of choices made in the not so distant past. Originally published in InFuze Magazine, 2005.
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message 13: by Mark

Mark Baynard Thanks for connecting William! I wish you continued success with your business. Would you check out my books "100 Years: A Journey to End a Vicious Cycle" and "These Are Your Flowers" on Amazon http://www.amazon.com/-/e/B00TLXK5L6 and on my website www.journey100years.com


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William Jones Elizabeth wrote: "ee! i didn't know you were on here. :)"

Yep. Don't get on as much as I should but so far, I like what I see. I just gotta add more books to my GoodReads library... I seem to be missing a hundred or so. :)

Thanks for being my friend on here!


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William Jones Jill wrote: "Hi William, Thanks for the friend request."

You're welcome! Thanks for accepting!


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William Jones Stacy wrote: "Hi William, thanks for adding me as a friend!"

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Elizabeth Kolodziej ee! i didn't know you were on here. :)


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Pete Kelly Hey william thanks for the add
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William Jones Darcia wrote: "Hi William! Thanks for sending a request my way. :)"

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