Author shares a true story about family, the power of maternal love, and the need to help the youth for the future of the world
Ontario, Canada (March 6, 2014) –There is hope for a much better world. That’s what author Jan Amos shares in her newly published book, Just Being There. With an interesting and honest look into today’s society, this true story unveils how love, family, talent and understanding can make a whole lot of change. Filled with some heartfelt twists and turns, it shows everyone the power of love and the reassurance that if people come into one’s life for a reason and for the good, they will stay.
A woman courageously rebuilds her life after leaving an unhealthy marriage for herself and her two older daughters. She has spent many years helping the youth in her community. She has had a wonderful young woman with the gift of a child keeping her busy for the last few months. Then comes Dylan, a boy in need of a mother, who enters into her life. She takes Dylan under her wing and starts to give him everything he needs in his life to be a successful young man. At this time, a unique and rare relationship developbetween Dylan and Jenny, a relationship similar to mother and son. Moreover, there is a discovery of the musical genius that lies within Dylan.
As time passes, the judgment and ridicule of society takes its toll – but in the end, it is the understanding that the most sacred mantra of parenting is:Just Being There.
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About the Author
Jan Amos is a single woman in her early fifties who has been on a path of rebuilding her life for the last seven years. During this time, she discovered her love for writing and her strong ability for insight. She has volunteered in her community, helping the youth for the past 15 years in the school system and the court system.
Just Being There
Publication Date: September 3, 2013
Paperback: $15.75; 290 pages; ISBN978-1-61856-298-2
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