Shajuana Franklin's New Book 'To My Future...' is a Collection of Letters Written to a Special Person in One's Future Who They Have Not Yet Met but Promise to Love

Fulton Books author Shajuana Franklin, a devoted mother and Christian who finds strength in her relationship with God, has completed her most recent book "To My Future...":  a compilation of powerful writings that describe a covenant of love and understanding between the writer and a future person in their lives.

"'To My Future…' is a book of short stories that everyone can relate to," writes Franklin. "The story 'My Firstborn, Janese' is of a mother who is pouring out her love for her child. This story will make you have tears in your eyes and tug some strings in your heart. It does not matter if you are woman/man who is considering becoming a first-time parent. When you start thinking about the feeling, you will relate. Even if you are married or dating or is going through a hiccup in your relationship, 'To My Future…' will captivate your mind and hearts as you read through the stories. Whether you messed up in your relationship or are even starting a new one, this book will give you comfort and love, as well as make you think before you react to any situation. It will help you build up the courage to act for the man/woman you are falling in love with. You will not be disappointed after opening the book. I promise you it will draw you to each story."

Published by Fulton Books, Shajuana Franklin's book is a beautiful series of promised love and commitments that will speak to readers of all backgrounds and spark similar feelings deep within. Using her gift of writing, Franklin creates moving passages that capture the hearts of those who embark on this journey with her through spiritual and emotional growth.

Readers who wish to experience this inspiring work can purchase "To My Future..." at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes & Noble.

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Source: Fulton Books