A. B. Bishop’s New Book ‘The Road—the Journey’ is an Evoking Novel About a Woman’s Life-Changing Epiphany That Brings Purpose in Her Heart and Mind

A. B. Bishop, a dedicated writer who spent forty-two years working in medical laboratory technology, has completed her most recent book “The Road—the Journey”: a gripping book that shares the wisdom-filled moments of a woman as she realizes the importance of starting one’s journey to achieve the new normal.
Bishop writes, “One morning, Beth awakened from a deep sleep and sat straight up in bed. She had been having the same repeated dream, again! Looking at the bedside clock, she saw that the power was out, again! She lay back down and sighed deeply. What was once considered ‘normal’ was gone and never to return. That wall had been built right under everyone’s noses, and it now divided the country in half. What were considered their normal resources were scarce on this side but known to be abundant in the East, because that is where manufacturing, industry, health care, universities, the scientific communities, and everything else had been moved.
‘What are we going to do?’ she thought. Then she remembered the dream that kept repeating in her sleep. It seemed to hold a message for her. The dream was that she was walking down a rutted dirt road surrounded by trees and bushes, with the birds singing. She did not know where she was going in her dream. Today, she thought, there is a road we must walk down and a journey we must begin if we want a new ‘normal.’
Where does Beth need to start?”
Published by Fulton Books, A. B. Bishop’s book follows the heartwarming circumstances of Beth following her thought-provoking dream that jumpstarted her desire to journey life’s enriching paths toward the fulfillment of living in the new normal.
This book emanates with stirring lessons that will surely grace readers with warm contemplations worthy of keeping at heart.
Readers who wish to experience this noteworthy work can purchase “The Road—the Journey” at bookstores everywhere or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
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Source: Fulton Books