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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:African American & Black / Christian
  • Language:English
  • Pages:200
  • eBook ISBN:9780976793342

His Mother's Bosom

by Ashea Goldson and Larry Reed

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Kevin Johnson is losing his mother to cancer and it seems like he's losing his mind as well. With his life turned upside down, and a rage building inside him, will he be able to move forward? Or will Kevin be destined to disappoint God and bring shame even to the one person that means so much to him, his mother?
What happens to the children in a family plagued with breast cancer? Is it possible for them to not only survive, but to thrive despite their tragic circumstances? My Mother's Bosom is a unique twist on a Christian woman's battle with breast cancer seen through the eyes of her perceptive teenage son, Kevin Johnson. Kevin's life turns upside down as he watches his mother battle the biggest enemy of her life, cancer. With his mom, no longer the driving force of the family structure, life at home becomes chaotic. Kevin must come to terms with his mother's painful struggle and with the disease that threatens to destroy them all. Will Kevin ever be able to repair his heart and move forward as his mother always wanted or will he be destined to disappoint God and bring shame even to the one person that means so much to him, his mother?
About the author
Ashea Goldson, originally from Brooklyn, NewYork, and now residing in a Metro Atlanta suburb, is a graduate of Fordham University who calls herself a kingdom writer. She is a down to earth, nationally published author and poet, educator, and entrepreneur who loves her family, friends, and the ministry. She spends her days passing on her love of reading and language to her students at the preparatory school she co-owns and operates. By evening she transforms herself into writer extraordinaire, when she is able to fully indulge her creative passions. Her first four novels were all published by Kensington’s Urban Christian. She is currently awaiting the June release of her fifth Christian fiction novel, Scorched, and the July release of her first independent feature film, Searching For The right Thing. She continues to work on a number of independent projects, which include writing and producing her second screenplay. In addition to this she hosts a blogtalkradio show called WordThirst Literary Journal & Gospel Showcase which highlights the work of other like-minded authors and gospel artists.