Bells of the Heart

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iUniverse, Oct 29, 2004 - Literary Collections - 72 pages
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Andrew Middleton, author (Gas Lamps and Cobblestones) lights a candle in the windows of your soul once again in his second book, Bells of the Heart.

Eloquent stories that will surely bring smiles of delight, written emotions that let us know we are all unfailing in our desire to want some gentle moments in our lives.

To abstain from seeking a different dimension on shadows past would be sacrificing a hidden passion that you may regret not reveling. Those somber thoughts deserve a second glance; only this time perhaps you will smile to realize that it was just a simple part of our existence.

Bells of the Heart shares those joys that once were not so comforting to reveal. Age and time prepare us for the obvious, but our beliefs supersede our lives and wish us to see beyond the obvious. In between such times a layer of warmth fills our lives which make those unpleasant times more bearable. A simple walk down a country lane to reading a bedtime story with a loved one who will never forget the moment.

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Bells of the Heart is the best book I have ever read, bar none. It is real, soulful, and deep...a great insight into England, about Andrew's life, and the little things that make life worth living. Andrew is not the typical writer. He puts his heart and soul into his writings, and he is to be appreciated as a writer and a person. 

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