Even Lovers Drown

by William Melton



Book Details

Language :
Publication Date : 26/05/1999

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 228
ISBN : 9780738803913
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 228
ISBN : 9780738803906

About the Book

At some point in life we must each come to terms with the questions: Who am I, and why am I here?   Is the Universe just a cosmic crap shoot, based on chance and luck, or is there an unseen benevolent order striving to guide us behind the scenes?

It has been said that when we ignore our inner guide, it tries to get our attention.  At first, reaching out with the gentle touch of a feather.  But if we choose to ignore the call, it ups the ante until the two-by-four across the side of the head is necessary.

Yes, each of us came here for a purpose, and when we choose to wander from our soul path, our inner guide can be persistent.  The path of love often demands tough reminders.

Matthew Stone has wandered far from his soul path and is about to embark on his own inward journey of self discovery.  In this case he has chosen the two-by-four across the side of the head for his starting point.  What he learns and experiences along the way will change his life forever...and yours.

Somehow you have been drawn to read the words on this page.  So let your journey begin.  There are no accidents.

About the Author

William Melton, author of Nine Lives  to Pompeii and I Get My Best Ideas In  Bed, was a book columnist for the Los Anqeles Times and the Orange County Register for many years and taught creative writing at Whittier College.  He was also chief item writer for the California Language Tests taken by  millions of American school children and was a Vice President for Transamerica Occidental Life.  He is a member of the Mystery Writers of America, P.E.N.   International, and the Archaeological Institute of America.  An avid world  traveler who went to Ireland to research  Even Lovers Drown, he lives with his wife, Cle, in La Habra, California where he is hard at work on a sequel to the book you hold in your hand.