A THOUSAND FOREVERS is Released
Deeply personal in topic and tone, author R. Bayuk's new book "A Thousand Forevers: A True Love Story" (published by Balboa Press) covers universal themes such as heartbreak, betrayal, unconditional love and forgiveness.
"A Thousand Forevers" is Bayuk's memoir - taken from the content of personal letters - about a secret love forbidden by society, which began in her childhood but was fostered by a lifelong relationship.
The author iterates within the book her lifelong search for her true self while learning valuable lessons from feelings of guilt and shame. All of Bayuk's personal trials helped her realize the meaning of unconditional love and commitment, she says.
"Unconditional love is found when one lives authentically through truth, taking responsibility for one's actions, facing their fears and accepting and expressing forgiveness," Bayuk says. "You cannot help who you fall in love with."
Bayuk hopes her book resonates with any reader who has been in love or had any kind of relationship. This book applies to many different situations, including marriages, divorces and other internal struggles, she says.
"A Thousand Forevers"
By R. Bayuk
Softcover | 5 x 8 in | 174 pages | ISBN 9781452593975
E-Book | 174 pages | ISBN 9781452593982
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
R. Bayuk is a graduate of Southern Methodist University and currently lives in Knoxville, Tennessee. She is a former school teacher, real estate agent and retired United States Professional Tennis Association tennis instructor.
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