Thursday, August 25, 2011

New Book Shows There is Freedom from Homophobia and HIV Phobia


If a individual can’t change the tortures in life, they should alter the life about them. Composed from true life events and 10 years of perfecting this novel, This Shadow Follows Me, is a riveting fiction novel of Alec Andrews and the friends and family that faltered around him.
The fictional story begins with Alec Andrews at the death bed of his ex-boyfriend Troy who died from AIDS complications. Alec tries to tell his life story in hopes that he can make up for all that he could not tell Troy when he was alive. Alec?s life story lurks with the self destruction of a loved ones that drove him to crucify himself, in hopes they would be right with their religious beliefs. From a homophobic family members to a homophobic upbringing, Alec fights to find himself free from the illusions that capture him. The life of Alec Andrews is a survival story that will help the audience build strength in their own life challenges.
Alec is ultimately haunted by a dream exactly where he took his own life. In the dream he killed himself, only to be told he would have to live his life over again without making the exact same errors, but not able to bear in mind the previous mistakes to quit them from coming accurate. Will Alec and the ones around him discover their way to claw out of the pain of the lives they produce? Locate out in this fictional and painfully honest memory of This Shadow Follows Me.
About the Author

Joseph McGinnis lives near San Francisco exactly where he focuses on a career in net advertising and fiction writing. Some of his first projects contain short stories, monologues, novel writing, internet site writing, and news articles. This Shadow Follows Me is his initial novel to hit the shelves in 2011. Joseph McGinnis has a historical background in social problems and works to bring people to comprehend equality for all minorities, specifically gay and lesbian human rights problems. With an extensive background in HIV &amp AIDS support, Care Giving, LGBT support, gay activism, and as a supporter of HRC and ACLU, he fights everyday to bring equality by means of his novels and news articles.
For far more data or to request a free of charge review copy, members of the press can contact the author at novel(at)shadowfollowsme(dot)com. This Shadow Follows Me is accessible for sale on-line at, Kindle, Apple IPad Books, Google Books, and by means of further wholesale and retail channels worldwide.

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