Examiner columnist, B.K. Bergman has announced his novel, Life in Harmony is being released tomorrow through Pangloss Sea Books. The book tells the story of one woman’s spiritual journey after a year of devastating losses that include the death of her mother and a recent miscarriage. In short, she is lost. The author wants this story to bring more people to having a relationship with God:
Too many people are often unsure about the direction of their life and can’t seem to find what matters. In our modern age, religion has less of a focus for too many. Too often parents decide that God and religion aren’t important. Some even go so far to say they will let their children decide on their religion when they are old enough to do so. For most, religion has become a politicized and complicated subject. Often our churches don’t make it any easier on those non-practicing.
When in fact an individual relation with God is really isn’t as complicated as religion makes it. In fact, it is what is missing from too many lives. When you don’t believe in a Creator who has a masterful plan you are left without hope. Without hope there is a void in your life that too often gets filled with vices that thinly veil that void for short time.
Life in Harmony tells Kate’s special story. Sometimes God uses supernatural intervention to bring his lost sheep back to the flock. This book takes a very soft approach toward bringing people closer to God without hitting them over the head with it. It is my hope that the book’s non-threatening approach to God through spirituality will open some hearts toward having God in their life and how that connection brings a new awareness to what life is really all about.
Life in Harmony is available on Amazon in both print and digital formats starting tomorrow. It is also available at barnesandnoble.com and various other formats depending on your e-reader.
You can also follow B.K. at bkbergman.com.