Happy Belated Easter to all of you!!
I’ve missed everyone but my time away has been put to good – and sometimes comical – use. I can’t wait to tell you all about it, but, for now…:
I’d like to introduce to you a new Author! His name is Peter Moser. I have known Peter for more than 15 years as a fellow parishioner and member of my Catholic Christian Family. His tender heart, wisdom and patient humility has always been an inspiration to me, as well as others. When I found myself pregnant for the fourth time, it became apparent to me that Peter would make a wonderful Godfather, so, one day after Mass – with my belly about to burst – I asked him. With tears in his eyes and a smile I’ll never forget, he happily said he would be honored to be my son’s Godfather. I had never known any man to react with such emotion over being asked to be a Godfather! The reason behind his emotional response, however, would soon come to light. This private and quiet yet sociable man, who always has a smile for everyone he meets, was hiding a pain no one knew.
His book, written in prose and poetry, reveals the story of a man’s struggle to keep his beloved children in his life – against all odds – after his life was torn apart by a divorce he never wanted. It is beautifully written and really grabs at the heart strings. Here is a man, whom by all appearances was a happy and joyful person, revealing his bleeding and aching heart. I highly recommend the purchase of this book, not only for divorced and separated fathers, but for anyone who knows the pain of divorce and the loss of their children as a result. It will be for many a source of much inspiration, encouragement and consolation – which is much needed in this day and time.
Peter is currently living on disability due to complications resulting from a lifetime struggle with Diabetes. He lives in a humble basement apartment room of a house that is owned, of all people, by his ex-wife – in order to be close to his children. This book, if promoted and widely sold, could mean the difference of living in poverty or being able to earn a living that will help to support his better health and independence – not to mention the future wellbeing of his children. Please share the link below, by clicking his book, with everyone you know and purchase a copy for yourself. Doing so could change more than just one life.