When two souls meet, they will discover their inner truths through an exchanging of gifts that will lead
to their Awakening in Moorland.
Paperback $8 (signed or unsigned)
Hardcover $10 (Signed or unsigned)
E.L. Mychols unfolds 'The Awakening in Moorland'
New book explores root of suffering, what it truly means to be happy.
LONG BEACH, Calif. – Given the choices and conveniences that are readily accessible to the modern man, why is it that happiness still seems to elude many? The conscious lack of purpose is one potential source of suffering, says author E.L. Mychols. This very notion establishes the foundation of his debut fiction "The Awakening in Moorland," ( published by Xlibris ) a meaningful story of awakening and a poignant reminder of what it truly means to be happy.
To see a view of the moorlands once again is the last wish of the dying Uncle Maxwell. To feel something other than the day-to-day aimless illusion is the longing of the disenchanted artist Elizabeth Dupree. After the two meet, they will soon discover an exchanging of gifts that will uncover and expose their own inner truth—a truth that awakens the whole family of the Moorland Castle. Their story contrast the predicament of someone who feels a yearning to create, yet feels she is not good enough to take any risks and another who is imprisoned in his own accomplishments and feels no need to expand his creative capacity and soul purpose. It explores the core of these desires to highlight the often overlooked truth about will and spiritual courage.
"I see a lot of people still struggling just to be happy - sometimes leaving them unfulfilled, lost and alone," says Mychols. "Many of us are still searching for tools in life. This story exemplifies that. Sometimes we stumble into our flow, but sometimes we just keep searching, even though our solution might be right in front of us."
Inspiring readers to expand in faith without fear, "The Awakening in Moorland" shines with timeless human significance as it helps them recognize the source of their suffering and understand their true power and potential.
Paperback: 60 pages
Publisher: XLIBRIS (November 19, 2014)
Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.2 x 9 inches