A 1970s love story
In1970s New York, a neurotic Italian-American man is inspired to write a novel about his love affair with a quirky Broadway actress who inspires him to pursue his life-long dream.
Michael Coniglio is at his wit's end. His girlfriend, Angela, announces in front of the local coffee shop crowd that she has a new lover. The emotional fallout leads him to lose his office job, giving his boss the long-awaited excuse to fire him. Michael goes home to his parents looking for support and professes his childhood dream only for his father to remind Michael that he will never amount to anything.
Just as Michael is about to give up on life, he meets a woman who changes his life. The chatty and quirky Elvira Vaughn brings flavor to his world. The innocent, bright eyed, artsy young woman, ran from an abusive home to become a Broadway actress in crime-riddled New York City. Suffering from the depression of her past, the now thirty-year-old looks to a higher power for an answer. Can Michael and Elvira overcome the demons of their past and find their way into each other’s hearts?
Finding Forever is the humorous love story of two old souls that finally collide, reminding us that love exists even in the darkest of times.
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Faith in the Unknown
Faith is making a choice, love is taking a chance, and breathing is natural. When you combine the three of these, you will have faith in the unknown.
In an enchanting collection of thirty poems, Faith in the Unknown tells the story of the gleeful chatter that comes from best friends, the burning desire that sparks a fire between lovers, the hateful temper tantrums that could be heard in heaven, the anxiety that appears when facing a future you can’t plan for, and the anguish that arises from fear in losing someone you love. With each gripping stanza, experience two souls going through the different stages of a blossoming relationship. Like the roots of an oak tree that have grown deep into the ground, these thirty free verse poems are infused with pastoral imagery and poetic wisdom, and offer hope to hearts strong enough to survive the vigorous storm.