NEW YORK, August 9, 2022 (Newswire.com) –
Fulton Books author Mr. Scott Smallwood, a first-time author with a significant career in the oil and gas industry, has completed his latest book ‘Dreams of War’: historical fiction that turns the page that provides information on the life of the military. It chronicles the inspiring adventures of James Grayson from his military life to his personal battles that readers can sympathize with.
Smallwood shares, “It’s 1917, and America is about to join the Great War. James Grayson is eighteen years old, and after the death of his mother, he is trying to find a purpose for his life. asks his mother to look for something “bigger than him” and decides to enlist in the US Army when so many men his age have been drafted into the war. James tells his story of events immediately after his mother’s death, to his incredible accounts during basic training at Camp Zachary Taylor, to his adventures in France, to his battle with paralysis from the effects of the shell and to his addiction to the elixir of opium.
Its story tells the story of a young adult who finds an incredible friendship and meets the love of his life during the most difficult time of his life. His story tells of incredible triumphs of heroism as he grows from a boy to a man and endures a war greater than the war in Europe…the war within himself as he struggles to find the man he was meant to be. Will this hero walk again?
Published by Fulton Books, Mr. Scott Smallwood’s book is a retrospective read on the life of a young boy who is constantly searching for the man he is meant to be. Her story is filled with determination, passion, and frustrating moments that shaped her character.
Be ready to shed a tear or two in this gripping tale.
Readers wishing to discover this impressive work can purchase “Dreams of War” in bookstores worldwide, or online at Apple’s iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes & Noble.
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Source: Fulton Books