Eggert Thomsen Offers Two Stories in New Book
Eggert Thomsen's "Andy and Annie / Please Come Home Dad" (published by AuthorHouse) are two inspiring stories that will make readers realize that life does not end when they lose a loved. Rather, life goes on, giving them ample time to make amends with the issues in the past, move on and live with an optimistic perspective.
"The Andy and Annie" story is about the passing of Thomsen's first wife. They had been married for nearly 60 years. It goes from despair to a wonderful happiness with his second wife, depicting the fact that life goes on and it can again be happy. On the other hand, the "Please Come Home Dad" story is pure fiction but also shows that despair can turn into happiness and that it is never too late to make amends and changes after past mistakes and poor choices.
Highlighting the themes of loving one another and forgiveness, "Andy and Annie / Please Come Home Dad" sheds light on some people who must have been too caught up in misery and grief. Absolutely relatable, Thomsen's work is as much as celebration of life and the opportunity to love and laugh for another day as it is a reminder that indeed life goes on.
"Andy and Annie / Please Come Home Dad"
By Eggert Thomsen
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 88 pages | ISBN 9781491847466
e-book | 88 pages | ISBN 9781491847459
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble.
About the Author
The author started writing when he was 86 years old, something that he had thought about for quite some time. He is a World War II Navy veteran. He is very interested in major league baseball and college sports. He and his wife care very much about both of their families and love spending time with them. They both enjoy the many friends they have made in their lifetime.
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