Friday, June 25, 2021

"The Lonely Seagull" by R. Marshall Wright

Joel Whittaker married his high school sweetheart only to lose her in a tragic sailing accident in 1958. Now a single parent responsible for their six-year-old son, he believes he must do what is right for Billy. Babs is there when they need her most, but can she make Joel happy? God has a plan for Joel’s life as he struggles with the pieces of the puzzle. They are all there, but Joel can't see the big picture. Then God rearranged the pieces of the plan for Joel's life, and he found his second chance. That's what God does. The Lonely Seagull will keep you smiling, crying, and praising God.

About The Author:

Richard Marshall Wright writes under the pen name of R. Marshall Wright. He graduated from the University of Maine in Orono, Maine in 1969 and Drew Theological School in Madison, New Jersey in 1972. He is a retired evangelical pastor, and a retired U.S. Army Chaplain with 23 years Active and Reserve service to our country. 

He has been married to his wife, Lynn, for fifty years. They are blessed to be able to spend summers on a lake in Michigan and winters in Sebring, Florida. They have two children and five grandchildren. Marnie is married to Arick and is the eldest and has been a stay at home mom rearing three active boys...Luke, Levi, and Loden. She holds a Masters degree from Northwestern in communications and is a writer. Trevor is married to Lori and is a successful pastor in Findlay, Ohio. And he too writes. His two are Emma, who is the oldest grandchild, only girl, and her brother Cole. They are extremely proud of everyone in the family.

"The Lonely Seagull" by R. Marshall Wright is a novel that makes a reader cry and smile. It has a lesson about accepting people as they are. It is about looking at the heart as God does and not looking at a person from the outside appearance.

This book  has so many quotes that are really inspirational that I shared two of them on my Facebook so I am going to share them here as well. 

"The Lonely Seagull" by R. Marshall Wright is a really sweet story of love and second chances. 
 I really liked this book. Even through the book is fiction, you can learn life changing view if you let fiction talk to you! 

Now on to the next book which is "For the Love Of Grace" which is the sequel to "The Lonely Seagull" . 

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