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Author B.A. Pinkney Warms Readers’ Hearts with Ronnie McCain’s Motivating Tale of Hope

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It is a pity how, before going down here on earth as a newborn, one does not get to choose the destiny that awaits them. It is both a curse and a blessing that the human life is inevitable of having. In this book by B.A. Pinkney entitled, “The Beginning Will Not Determine the Ending,” she inspires readers to continue hoping and moving forward amidst the chaos.

God’s free will gave human beings the gift to decide for themselves and reach what they wished for. Unfortunately, they were not given the gift of choosing how they begin with—to whom and where they are born. In this story, Ronnie McCain, a fourteen-year-old young lady with a mind way mature for her age, was born in a place and in a circumstance that was seen as quite a misfortune. She was born to an unwed sixteen-year-old mother, without knowing who her biological father was. Despite these circumstances, she lived a happy life with her grandmother that taught her to be compassionate and brave. As she grew up, she realized that the things that she had were not the ones that her heart wished for.

This riveting and wholesome tale of Ronnie shall shed a tear from each heart that beats the same as her. Altogether, the charming characters surrounding the story teach life-long lessons on friendship, family, faith, hope, and love.

Brilliantly written and hard to put down, one shall realize that although God’s will is a gigantic confusing jigsaw puzzle, sooner or later, the pieces will fit together—conveying the most beautiful picture one shall ever see.

‘The Beginning Will Not Determine the Ending’ book copies are available at
Writer: B.A. Pinkney
Publisher: Xlibris US
Publication Date: March 28, 2018
ISBN-10: 1984509101
ISBN-13: 978-1984509109
Kindle: $6.59
Paperback: $25.78
About the Author
B.A. Pinkney is a retired federal employee residing in Baltimore, Maryland. As a child, she had always fell in love with the art of reading and writing. She won her first writing contest as an employee of the Veterans Administration, with her essay entitled: “What It Means to Be A Black Woman Living in America.” In the year 2011, her short story was one of the four chosen out of over a thousand entries to be published in a local magazine, “The Urbanite.”

Her latest fiction novel, “The Beginning Will Not Determine the Ending,” offers readers a new tale that shall enliven their soul and set their hearts ablaze with faith and hope.

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