William K. Bond’s New Book ‘One Face in a Million Book 2: The Ingénue’ is a Story About One Woman’s Mission to Leave Africa for a More Interesting Life in the US

William K. Bond, a teacher and world-traveler, has completed his new book, “One Face in a Million Book 2: The Ingénue”: a story that is years in the making.
William writes, “One Face in a Million is an entirely fictional story evolved over many years. The author began thinking about writing a story after he visited southern Africa in 1967, where his wife had been born and raised and was often called Mu Shangaaniana when she was young.
“He began to formulate a story about a young gal who had been raised on a mission station in Mozambique. She was anxious to leave Africa for America to have a more interesting life. A plot began his my mind, and he envisioned a striking gal to have a life that was quite amazing. She would travel and fall in love, meet notable people, and experience a lot of success. Would that prove to be satisfying? During the years that followed, William was privileged to travel to many places throughout the world, so his story evolved in a way that readers could share in some of his traveling experiences.”
Published by Fulton Books, William K. Bond’s story spans a few decades, which he eventually developed in a series of five books. “The Ingénue” is the second of the series.
Readers who wish to experience this notable work about a woman in search of adventures can purchase “One Face in a Million Book 2: The Ingénue” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes & Noble.
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Source: Fulton Books