A Path Through The Storm

A Path Through The Storm

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Author: Marjorie Joseph
Publisher: GD Publishing
Length: 538 page(s)
Written: Dec 2017
Sales Rank: - XinXii Sales Rank
Views: 301

Category: Fiction & Literature » Romance  |  Work: Novel
Keywords: Christian romance, Christian book, romance, drama, love

This novel follows Paul and Christalyn’s journey through the eye of the storm.

Two friends, torn apart by a scheming outsider. Paul and Christalyn are the best of friends from the outset. However, because they are friends so long, it’s difficult for Paul to tell her he’s developed feelings for her. Christalyn doesn’t see a romantic future for them and takes their close-knit relationship for granted.

So, when Christalyn meets Harrison Blake on her college campus, she is captivated by his worldly charm. Against her better judgement as a Christian woman, she starts to date the dashing, debonair counselor, with full knowledge Harrison does not share her faith and could possibly lead her astray.

Then, Paul and Christalyn’s journey begins through the eye of the storm. There seems no end to their torrential stint. Through tragedy, loss and distress, the couple emerges invincible, as they trust the God of heaven to navigate through the turbulence. It depicts the power of love, as stated in the biblical book of Song of Solomon 8:6, “Love is strong as death.” Through the fire and the rain, they learn a valuable lesson, which is, love’s reward is sweeter, after having partaken in the bitter hardships of life.


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Marjorie Joseph | Author on XinXii.com

Member since: Sep 2018
Publications on XinXii:  1
In my early years, I was considered somewhat of a nerd. Not very popular in school, reading and playing with dolls became my outlet. Pretending and creating stories with my dolls were my favorite past times. Luckily, I had a friend who indulged in this hobby along with me. This vivid imagination and creativity continued all through Elementary School-always the long-winded child with an opinion on everything. Later, formulating thoughts in the form of journaling came quite naturally for me. Before long, I'd already written a compilation of inspirational poems and meditations. Being an avid writer carried me through my college years. Taking an assortment of courses, from Mass Media, Psychology to Anthropology, empowered me to be able to better communicate and express ideas.

Transferring to Brooklyn College in the early 90's, changed my life. There, I majored in English and Secondary Education. In the interim, as a pastor's daughter, I was heavily involved in church. Our church and its affiliates produced several youth and cultural magazines, for which I wrote and co-edited. My first teaching experience was at daycare in Queens. Writing has always been a hobby, but my career was teaching. I both excelled in and had a great love of the field. Nothing is more fulfilling than impacting lives.

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