Prepare to be transformed.
Guy Bismarck has been hiding, burying his head in the corporate world, forever busying himself with whatever to escape his past demons. His somber existence is unsustainable, and a moment of dismay leads to Guy attempting to commit suicide.
A mysterious force intervenes, sending him on a transformative journey and granting him two wishes.
Two wishes to pave the way to happiness. After asking for great wealth and beauty, his life mysteriously begins to transform. Guy finally has the nerve to talk to the beautiful Victoria Richards, and they quickly hit it off. But, in this seemingly utopian dream, showered by all the things Guy thought he ever wanted, things fall apart. If Guy is unable to release his past issues, it may result in certain doom for his relationship and even his life.
Bound Before the Morrow is a compelling psychological thriller confronting one of the most fundamental problems faced by humanity.
Rave Reviews: “David J. Ring III debuts with a page turning novel that explores the source of happiness. Bound Before the Morrow follows Guy Bismarck’s unexpected journey from dull mediocrity to the granting of his greatest wishes. Guy is given all the apparent makings of infinite happiness yet finds himself locked in a downward spiral that could destroy himself and the woman he loves. With beautiful detail and vibrant characters, Ring spins a cautionary tale about how easily we can lose sight of what is important. The tight narrative is filled with questions that will keep you guessing and emotional tension that will grip you until the very last page.”
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Author David Ring III was born in MA, in 1983. After an atypical upbringing that left him with a negative mindset, he began to seek freedom from his pessimistic thoughts.
With very little interest in the corporate world, he left university in 2006, and began travelling the world. There was no reason to travel; it was just what people aspired to do. For David, he was living life and searching for happiness.
From 2007-2010, he settled in central New Hampshire. After buying a large, beautiful Victorian house in Franklin, NH, the economy went into recession. He began his first business venture, turning this home into a family business, a bed and breakfast. After a few years of this slow and simple living, it was time for him to move on.
Upon coming to Thailand in 2010, he begin writing his first novel, Bound Before the Morrow, hoping to portray his own personal journey out of negativity and to inspire others to do the same. During the five years it took to write, his views changed slightly, and spirituality entered the mix. The book still maintained the original message, but a new way of life had opened for David.
David still bases himself in Thailand. He avoids the heat by escaping into air conditioned coffee shops and plunging himself into writing. In this way he gently and articulately shares his philosophical beliefs.