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Pearson Media Group Reveals Pain in its Truest Color being Synonymous with Love

Melisa E. Arnold, with story by Alexander Cassanova, partners with the reputable Pearson Media Group to give the readers a heart-warming story of a young boy entangled by the schemes of his mother in their novel “The Color of Pain.”

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“The Color of Pain” by Melisa E. Arnold
“The Color of Pain” by Melisa E. Arnold

The equipped team of Pearson Media Group is always eager to come up with original and fresh ideas. They have long empowered talented authors to turn their visions and dreams into reality. This year, Pearson Media Group introduces to the world a revolutionary program. It is intended for authors aspiring to transform their paperback book into a colorful moving picture on television screens and cinemas.
Now, what happens when two brilliant writers with one goal come together? The birth of an unforgettable tale - The Color of Pain.” It is a novel that will tear your soul to pieces… still you can’t help but flip the next page. From beginning to end, everything will be worth your tears.
Melisa E. Arnold, the author of the fascinating book “The Color of Pain” is now working with Pearson Media Group, one of the most competitive global networks for independent films and content creation.
The story is narrated from the point of view of a young boy from a small town of Belize, Central America with a mother who is unsatisfied with small houses and narrow streets. Her dreams come true when she meets a white British soldier named John. She wraps him around her fingers and he becomes obsessed with her. John marries her and brings her to Europe together with Alex, her son. Away from their native country, Cathlean becomes a woman befitting England, the home of polite society. Still, it was not enough for her, affecting the very people closest to her.
And so, the boy grows up remaining scarred by a mother with selfish dreams and a heart-wrenching love. When she realized the insufficiency of England, she begs her husband to return to Dangriga, Belize, their hometown, so she can show off her upgraded status to her old friends.
Now, back in the sands of his childhood, Alex finds love. The lonely, unhappy boy seeks solace in the arms of dear sweet Sherrette. But it’s a love that never will for one after the other, abrupt revelations strangle their fragile relationship.
“The Color of Pain” is a reflection of Alex’s dark life with the shades of his mother’s selfishness, declaring her meaning of “love.” Cathlean’s desires may be a burden to Alex, but he gladly takes.; for sometimes, pain is synonymous with love.
“The Color of Pain”
Written by Melisa E. Arnold
Published by: Xlibris
Published Date: October 15, 2015
Paperback: $16.83
About the Author:
Melisa E. Arnold was born in Dangriga, Belize, Central America, and has been writing stories since she was a young girl. Her family says she was always creating stories, and she remembers that she continuously won essay-writing competitions in school. She is a thrice-published poet but has always felt that she had at least “one great novel” in her that needed to be written. This book is the result of her collaboration with fellow Belizean expatriate Alexander Cassanova, with whom she discovered she had much in common as they make their way in their new country of residence, the United States of America. Ms. Arnold resides in Los Angeles, California.

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