NEW YORK, July 7, 2020 (Newswire.com) - L. C. Bryant, an author of interesting fictions, a published poet, and a blog author of Letters to Lupus, has completed her most recent book “Beyond the Fighter”: a gripping and potent account about dealing with a chronic disease combining daily restrictions and information about self-empowerment and motivation.
L. C. writes, “Beyond the Fighter is about one woman’s journey through a monsoon of insurmountable odds. Overcoming streams of challenges, such as being a single parent, surviving a toxic relationship that quickly developed into domestic violence, and through no fault of her own, like many, she fell victim to the 2007 housing market collapse.
Inspired by a poem written by Tupac Shakur, ‘The Rose that Grew from Concrete,’ his poem, like Beyond the Fighter, offers interpretations of achievements and opportunities on the other side of the pressure points. Beyond the Fighter reveals that even in your darkest hour, if you hold on just a while longer, there is light in the distance. Pressure creates diamonds. Like diamonds, lessons in its raw state are not too appealing; but through work, its beauty is breathtaking.
Beyond the Fighter illuminates even more the strength ‘women of color’ have. This book recognizes that faith is a major component of survival, but sprinkling a little humor makes it more tolerable. Couple this with the lack of luxury or time to curl up in a corner surrendering. You will make it!
Beyond the Fighter will offer you knowledge, awareness, laughter, and a tear or two. Who doesn’t enjoy a good cry?”
Published by Fulton Books, L. C. Bryant’s book is a brilliant novel that captures the courage of standing up and not becoming victimized by the struggles that life gives.
Through this book, one will witness one’s bravery and will to see everything through.
Readers who wish to experience this great work can purchase “Beyond the Fighter” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.
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Source: Fulton Books