Stumbling Backasswards Into the Light

· Sudden Insight Publishing
Ebook
120
Pages
Eligible

About this ebook

From dark yesterday to bright tomorrow…

When childhood is over, and adulthood tries to take hold, it all becomes too much for one overwhelmed young man. He sets out to find a place to give up once and for all, to lay his body down and let his wasted life drift away; instead he stumbles onto a whole new way of looking at the world.

His new teacher calls him ‘Nobody’, and he can’t deny the truth in the name. A touching friendship unfolds as Nobody hears life and love being explained in a whole new way, and hope begins to burn in his heart as the poignant lessons etch themselves into his thinking. Their time together is a confusing chrysalis for Nobody. He wonders whether it is in him to burst forth a beautifully colored butterfly, as he is slowly transformed.

About the author

Jay Norry, aka J.K. Norry, is the multi-genre author of several books, many blog posts, and a few short stories.

He wrote his first book in his early twenties. After sitting on the manuscript for almost ten years, Stumbling Backasswards Into the Light was finally published via a small press in January 2012. Jay wrote his next book shortly after, and published Demons & Angels (Walking Between Worlds, Book I) in December 2014.

Since then he's written a lot of books.

Jay is currently traveling all over the USA in an RV with his wife and their furry princess. When he's not busy writing, Jay enjoys ticking items off his unending to-do list, drinking good scotch, and dreaming up future writing projects.

Learn more about Jay at jaynorry.com

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