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Unbreakable Book Launch -William Fredrick Cooper

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William Fredrick Cooper is the author of the critically acclaimed SIX DAYS IN JANUARY, the ESSENCE Bestselling and African-American Literary Award Nominated THERE'S ALWAYS A REASON, and ONE SEASON IN PINSTRIPES, a sports book chronicling the 2009 Championship Season of The New York Yankees. The proud father of a daughter, Maranda, Cooper is a contributor to several Zane's anthologies.
 

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Link: http://amzn.com/1593094876


UNBREAKABLE is a story that explores adversity, human connection, what it takes to heal a broken heart, and pays tribute to one of the greatest entertainers who ever lived, Michael Jackson. Highly emotional, UNBREAKABLE carries powerful social and spiritual messages within the pages and captures the intensity and endurance of God's most precious gift to us all, LOVE.    


It’s Valentine’s Day; seven years ago, William McCall lost Linda Woodson—the woman who restored his faith and hope. Still grieving her death, he drowns his sorrows at a local bar in Manhattan, when a new woman enters his life…

Keisha Gray is a Michigan schoolteacher visiting the Big Apple, and when she first meets William, they bond over their shared love for Michael Jackson. Soon they connect over much more and set out on a journey to heal their broken pasts. William is still trying to get over his heartbreak, while Keisha is on a journey to rediscover her self-worth after the double murder of her parents. The couple travels through New York, South Carolina, and Michigan to sort through their pasts and renew their faith in God, life, and love.

Highly emotional and embedded with powerful messages, Unbreakable is a love ballad that explores adversity, human connection, and what it takes to heal a broken heart.

 

 

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