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Remember Who You Are
The Birth of a Young Man
by Bill Knapp

Overview


"Remember Who You Are" is a gripping story about love, loss, and growth. When two young people from different backgrounds fall in love, they reveal themselves to each other and discover a unique bond that neither has ever experienced before.
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Description


"Remember Who You Are" is a gripping story about love, loss, and growth. When two young people from different backgrounds fall in love, they reveal themselves to each other and discover a unique bond that neither has ever experienced before. This book shares an emotional and warm story about a boy whose home life and emotional stability is tedious to say the least. With encouragement from strategic family members and friends, he shares his feelings and experiences as he grows through his hardships. When he summons the courage to ask a girl to spend time with him, they both discover the meaning of love and the heartache of death. This relationship begins to open his cocoon to a brighter life if things can just fall into place.
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About the author


Bill is a retired schoolteacher whose interests include art, music, writing, and most sports. Still actively playing hockey at 69, he finds time to complete commissioned artwork for clients, as well as performing music in his local area around Watford, Ontario. He has performed all over Ontario and recorded as far away as Nashville, specializing in a country-rock style. Recently, after reviewing some written documents he composed for his students during his teaching days, he has resumed his writing craft. He hopes to identify with people by appealing to their experiences and relationships. By exploring the human exposure to love, self-confidence, aging, death, and interactions of all kinds, he aims to provide insight, hope and guidance, as well as entertainment. With solid storylines and the well described scenarios, the reader will see themselves as part of the narrative and become involved in each page.
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Book details

Genre:DRAMA

Subgenre:General

Language:English

Pages:198

Format:Paperback

eBook ISBN:9781098380021

Paperback ISBN:9781098380014


Overview


"Remember Who You Are" is a gripping story about love, loss, and growth. When two young people from different backgrounds fall in love, they reveal themselves to each other and discover a unique bond that neither has ever experienced before.

Read more

Description


"Remember Who You Are" is a gripping story about love, loss, and growth. When two young people from different backgrounds fall in love, they reveal themselves to each other and discover a unique bond that neither has ever experienced before. This book shares an emotional and warm story about a boy whose home life and emotional stability is tedious to say the least. With encouragement from strategic family members and friends, he shares his feelings and experiences as he grows through his hardships. When he summons the courage to ask a girl to spend time with him, they both discover the meaning of love and the heartache of death. This relationship begins to open his cocoon to a brighter life if things can just fall into place.

Read more

About the author


Bill is a retired schoolteacher whose interests include art, music, writing, and most sports. Still actively playing hockey at 69, he finds time to complete commissioned artwork for clients, as well as performing music in his local area around Watford, Ontario. He has performed all over Ontario and recorded as far away as Nashville, specializing in a country-rock style. Recently, after reviewing some written documents he composed for his students during his teaching days, he has resumed his writing craft. He hopes to identify with people by appealing to their experiences and relationships. By exploring the human exposure to love, self-confidence, aging, death, and interactions of all kinds, he aims to provide insight, hope and guidance, as well as entertainment. With solid storylines and the well described scenarios, the reader will see themselves as part of the narrative and become involved in each page.
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