NEW YORK, September 15, 2020 (Newswire.com) - William K. Bond, a promising teacher, has completed his most recent book “One Face in a Million Book 1: Mu Shangaaniana”: a gripping and potent fiction that chronicles a woman’s life where she finds meaning and purpose and discovers the things that are important to her as she embarks on a journey across countries.
William writes, “One Face in a Million is an entirely fictional story evolved over many years. I began thinking about writing a story after I visited southern Africa in 1967, where my wife had been born and raised and was often called Mu Shangaaniana when she was young.
"I began to formulate a story about a young gal who had been raised on a mission station in Mozambique. She was anxious to leave Africa for America to have a more interesting life. A plot began in my mind, and I envisioned a striking gal to have a life that was quite amazing. She would travel and fall in love, meet notable people, and experience a lot of success. Would that prove to be satisfying? During the years that followed, I was privileged to travel to many places throughout the world, so my story evolved in a way that readers could share in some of my traveling experiences.
"My protagonist had to decide what was really important in her life. Her story takes place across the span of a few decades; therefore, the story eventually developed into a series of five books which should be considered as one. Because the title is One Face in a Million, I knew her appearance would be of real interest. I looked at images of several notable actresses of the past, but the one that I preferred was of Merle Oberon. Perhaps it would be just as well for any reader to formulate your own ideas of what my characters would look like. Although this is a fictitious story, I hope that it entertains those who choose to read it.”
Published by Fulton Books, William K. Bond’s book is an exciting and profound novel about an individual who pursues life, love, and experience by exploring the world and finding wonderful encounters.
Readers will absolutely find interest in these pages as the protagonist faces challenges and triumphs along the way.
Readers who wish to experience this amazing work can purchase “One Face in a Million Book 1: Mu Shangaaniana” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes & Noble.
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Source: Fulton Books