Dave Taylor’s New Book, ‘Faces From the Past’, Shares an Emotional Venture of a Man as He’s Drawn Into Different Significant Points in Time

Fulton Books author Dave Taylor, a data manager, a husband, and a father, has completed his most recent book, “Faces From the Past”: a dramatic fantasy about a man who looks to find the story behind his photographs, and finds himself reliving scenes through images from the past.
Dave writes, “It’s been four years since Dave Harlow’s wife, Helen, passed away. Since then, he has renewed his passion for researching his family roots. He uses his magnifying glass to stare into each and every one of the hundreds of family pictures—the old housing, clothes, and hairstyles. From horse-drawn carriages to old cars, this was a time gone by.
“He is now focused on the picture of a family of nine. His great-great-great-grandfather and -grandmother, along with their children, standing and sitting on the lawn in front of a big house having a group picture taken. The closer he looks at the picture, the more he studies each detail, the more he can feel himself being pulled into the picture, becoming part of the scene.
“He now finds himself standing behind the photographer taking a picture of the family he was just looking at through the magnifying glass. He moves around to the front of the camera and is now gazing at the family he only a second ago had seen in a picture he was holding. This dream reality will only last a day as he wakes up at his desk, staring at the picture of the family of nine. Was it a dream, or did it really happen?
“He seeks medical and mental help only to find all is well. Could he have just dreamed it?
“Dave returns home to again start looking through multiple pictures. Could it happen again, and where will he go next?
“Join Dave as he sees his father purchase his first new 1928 automobile and watches Mathew Brady take a photograph of Abe Lincoln and General McClellan. Finally, Dave will explore New York at the turn of the early nineteen hundreds.
“Are any of these events actually happening, or are they a dream?”
Published by Fulton Books, Dave Taylor’s book brings readers a stirring fiction that expresses hope, acceptance, and comfort as one explores reminiscent visions that warm the soul and touch the heart.
Readers who wish to experience this compelling work can purchase “Faces From the Past” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes & Noble.
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Source: Fulton Books