Fulton Books Author T.C. Husvar, a journalist, a podcast content creator, a photographer, and a combat engineer at the Army National Guard, has completed her most recent book, “Soul Train”: a pondering approach on the delicate topic of mental health. It is a gorgeous tale of a teenage boy who suffered from depression. He sets forth on a train ride, where he is given a chance to experience the afterlife, to assess what he really wants: to stay or go back home. Guided by Teff—a train conductor—what will Joshua’s choice be in the end?
Husvar shares, “Take a seat for a ride of a lifetime.
“Joshua is a 17-year-old boy from the inner city who wakes up on the ground of a train station. With little knowledge of where he is and a ticket in his pocket, he ventures onto a train ride. Perspective will shift as he gambles not only at his life but also at the substations that he stops at. And once he realizes where he really is, is he going to be able to hold on to his ticket and get off the right stop?”
Published by Fulton Books, T.C. Husvar’s book is a thought-provoking piece that aims to broaden mental health awareness. The story also contains fantasy elements, giving a new perspective on the afterlife.
This can be a life-changing read and a good catalyst to open a conversation on mental health.
Readers who wish to experience this potent work can purchase “Soul Train” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes & Noble.
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Source: Fulton Books