MANY CONCENTRATE ON WHERE LIFE HAS FROWNED, WHAT ABOUT WHERE IT HAS SMILED?
Two separate individuals who are completely dissatisfied with their lives are drawn together by a young man who is desperate to put his parents to shame. Parents who had, years earlier told him he would not amount to anything in life.
After an extraordinarily flourishing friendship, Ted and James are learning to confront an image of their best friend, which is too horrible to cast even a short glance at. Now, is this image true, or are they simply exaggerating it out of their own troubled hearts? If it is true, can they be able to get back the lives they had many years ago, despised with utmost intensity?
What happens if they can’t?
Peter Muzo Godwin is a thinker and a better life enthusiast. His zeal is helping to shine the light of knowledge for progress, through writing mainly in the genre of Literary Fiction and YA.
Peter’s current publication is a gripping novella titled ‘The Next Door’. He is currently working on a novel called ‘The World Is Waiting.
HIS HUMBLE PHILOSOPHY IS THUS:
Academic accolades do not really matter much, as history has shown. What truly matters is helping to elevate one another with our individual innate abilities, however great or small, in ways we can. And this can only come through education, not just academic pursuits.
For him, Education is the personal desire to continuously feed the mind with sound principles.