Second Chance

Second Chance

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33,210 words (≈ about 2 hours)

BOOK 4 of my Narnia 'fan-fiction' novels, this is dedicated with deepest respect to my fellow brothers and sisters in the Armed Forces of whatever country they serve. PARENTAL NOTE: This story is about a grown-up going to Narnia and deals with themes that affect grown-ups as well as children: healing from suicide, child abuse, illegitimate birth, and the physical and mental scars soldiers carry from their wartime experiences. These themes are dealt with in a very… (more)

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chicory
Thu, 15 Apr 2010 21:36:11 +0200

Where is book 2 of the Glasswater Series?



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Language: English

Written in: 2010

Published: 2010-04-14

Word count: 33,210 words (≈ about 2 hours)

License: Attribution Non-Commercial No Derivatives (cc by-nc-nd)

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A Southern California native, Bruce T. Forbes is an award-winning author and hymnist. His religious short stories have been published world-wide in children's religious magazines, and his patriotic stories, essays, editorials, and poems have been published throughout the U.S. military newspaper system. He has appeared in guest editorial columns at Israeli internet news sites on the topics of Peace & Religious Harmony. Mr. Forbes is the father of eight children (six living) and thrice a grandfather. He served for two years as a missionary in Japan and has taught children's religious classes for over twenty years. He continues to look for new ways to teach children through story, poem, and song. As a military man, he and his family have lived in Mississippi, England, Hawaii, Illinois, Germany, Israel, Turkey, Italy, and Washington DC. After two decades of such wandering, however, they have settled in the western United States and are enthusiastically sinking roots. Mr. Forbes is currently the music leader for the children's auxiliary in his congregation, and his goal is for the children to learn the Gospel message, learn to love to sing to God, and to make a "Joyful Noise". He says: "As a missionary and as a military man, I've traveled the world and seen a lot of good and a lot of beauty. I have also seen a lot of ugliness. It seems all the beauty I've seen can be attributed to a very loving God - This is what I want to spend the rest of my life celebrating."

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