Blossoms of Winter is the emotional account of a middle-class family in a small East Tennessee town in which family members endure the hardships of the Great Depression, wars, and personal crises, all from which the emerge stronger in spirit.
In this saga of a male-dominated family, the author takes on a poignant meandering journey of five high-spirited, rebellious sons in their quest to come to terms with the posessive love of their father.
As the emotional conflict between father and sons threatens to destroy relationships, the inner-strength of the mother is the glue that helps hold the family together.
In captivating narrative, the author presents a drama of discovery in which the wayward find direction, and the bloom of hope springs from the sediment of despair.
In their unceasing effort to avoid the shackles of mediocrity, the family determines the role of creativity in the revival of the human spirit. In their struggle to find the meaning of their existence, they discover God's purpose for their journey in life.
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September 30, 2004
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