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Monday, March 30, 2020

about pain, hope, joy and life... Bright Yellow Souls by Luca Favaro

[I] was blown away. [...] It is a heartbreaking, gut wrenching, memoir-esque rendition of true events. Yet, your soul is stitched back in place, with the enduring goodness of human nature. Please get this book! You will be glad you did." Amazon


Published: December 5th, 2019

Kevin was only a teenager when he decided to escape from his past, studying as a nurse. He didn't expect to discover that he would become a person able to give and receive so much love.

These are stories of pain, sufferance, but also hope, optimism, joy for life and above all love. And between the lines, the silent presence of God, who through Kevin, takes care of the sick bodies of those wonderful people; and through them, He takes care of Kevin's suffering soul. 

From the author:
I believe that money is for sure important to live in this world, but our soul growth is important either in this life, or in the other.

I believe that in each job, salary is for sure important to keep our body alive, but the words "Thank you honey", "I love you my friend", "You are so important for me" as well as a sincere smile that arises spontaneously from the heart, are indispensable to heal our deepest pains, and keep our soul alive.

In this book I collected real stories about people I met working as a nurse in Hospital, Nursing Homes, or disabled centers; they were alla wonderful people, I had with them and their relatives a very deep friendship. Most of them passed away, and sometime I miss them. So I wrote these stories because those people really helped me to find a sense in this life, and I'm sure they can help many other people who are living a bad moment, to find the strenght to hold on.

I wrote their stories, because I haven't found any other way to say them: Thank you. I love you.

About the author: 
Luca Favaro lives in Thousand Oaks, California. He's an Italian writer and a Registered Nurse. In Italy he published four books; three short story anthologies, and the novel "Il tempo senza ore". He won several literary prizes, and from his novel was made a theater show: "Il tempo senza ore show". He moved from Venice to Thousand Oaks on 2019. 

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Dale Wilken said...

Sounds really great.

magic5905 said...

Sounds good.

laurie nykaza said...

I like the cover and the book sounds like a great read too.

Robin A said...

The cover looks nice. The color makes it pop

Bridgett Wilbur said...

Great cover.

Anna Josefin Bergman said...

Sounds great!

Beppe DM said...

Thanks for giveaway