Saturday, April 30, 2016

Spotlight: Til Death Do Us Part by Jan Sikes



Til Death Do Us Part
by Jan Sikes
Genre: Fictional Biography
Synopsis:
Veteran Texas musician, Luke Stone, has cheated death more times than he cares to remember. He's been everything from a simple farm boy to a rowdy roughneck, a singing star to a convict and finally a husband and father whose goals consisted of building a home and raising a family...which he did.
Now, with a chance for a second music career, he knows the sand in his hourglass is running thin. His anchor in life and true love, Darlina, stands at his side determined to help make the dream a reality. But, his aging body is sabotaging every effort and the only thing that keeps him going is sheer will power and the love he has for Darlina. When faced with being confined to a wheelchair for the rest of his life, Luke draws on every resource to continue to function and contribute to their home and to society.
This is a story of inspiration, endurance and most of all undying love. When Luke and Darlina face life-altering situations that would destroy a lesser man and woman, they draw on each other's strength and determination to face them. Will fate allow Luke to sing his last song?
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About the book:
’Til Death Do Us Part by Jan Sikes
ISBN: 978-0990617938
Publisher: RiJan Publishing
Date of publish: April 2016
Pages: 320
S.R.P.: $14.95
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About the author:
Multi-Award winning author, Jan Sikes, tells true stories in a creative and entertaining way. Most recently, she has written a series of four books about a Texas musician who was a pioneer in the Outlaw Music movement before it ever had a name. She also releases a music CD of original songs matching the time period of each story. Jan has written songs, poetry, short stories, screenplays and novels.
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