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Sunday Dinner: A Journey to Forgiveness and Understanding
Written by Barbara Jenshak
Sunday Dinner: A Journey to Forgiveness and Understanding Written by Barbara Jenshak

“Nobody has a perfect record, there are always bad experiences and even worse relationships. I wish for my readers to face their demons, believe, and pick themselves up again,”

Where does one go when there seems to be no hope or answer? Trials in life cannot be skipped, and for this reason, author Barbara Jenshak, in her new book, Sunday Dinner: A Journey to Forgiveness and Understanding, takes readers out of a walk from sadness and confusion.

The book centers on Ellie, a woman struggling with an emotionally harmful relationship. Here, readers are able to relate some of their own emotional distresses with the main character and begin to learn and gather new strength, hope, and self-esteem. The book provides a handful of resources that teach one to fight for oneself but, most of all, to forgive in the end.

“Nobody has a perfect record, there are always bad experiences and even worse relationships. I wish for my readers to face their demons, believe, and pick themselves up again,” states the author.

Written in a lighthearted tone filled with motivating sentiments, this is a reflective read that all can enjoy and learn from.

Interested to learn more about the book by Barbara Jenshak? Visit the showcase at BookExpo America 2016 from May 11, 2016 to May 13, 2016, at MacCormick Place, Chicago.  Other wonderful reads can also be found throughout the entire event.
 
 
 
 

Sunday Dinner: A Journey to Forgiveness and Understanding
Written by Barbara Jenshak
Kindle | $3.99
Paperback | $8.99
Book copies are available at www.amazon.com, www.barnesandnoble.com, www.readings.com.au, and all other online book retailers.
 
 

About the Author

Barbara Jenshak is a retired schoolteacher. She has edited the nonfiction book American Red Cross in World War II Collectors’ Guide, published freelance articles, and volunteered as facilitator for grief groups. She lives in rural Michigan with her dog, Monet. Sunday Dinner is her first novel.


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