Channel Surfing with God

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Word Alchemy Inc, Jul 1, 2009 - Fiction - 269 pages
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Emily has a long and lonely path that started with sexual abuse and looks like it will end in self destruction. Tanya is a brilliant and up and coming doctor until she runs afoul of an experimental drug that leaves her with nothing but a dying liver and little hope. Sara has a desperate addiction to heroin and almost dies on the floor of a recovery center. Carol and Paul lose their little girl to a drive by shooting. They cannot get past the loss of their daughter. Harv is a successful man whose life is empty since losing his wife to cancer and pushing his daughter away.Jorge loses his mother to suicide and becomes a drug dealer with no conscience. He cares for no one and nothing, not even himself. These stories seem completely unconnected until they are brought together through one man, Alex, in a seemingly random fashion. It might seem that God is not watching, but he channels surfs our lives and sometimes he intervenes. These interconnected vignettes reveal how miracles happen all the time. The result of Alex's own initial struggle with drug addiction and later as he deals with losing first his mentor, and then his wife to the ugly world of drugs and addiction will have profound impacts on people in ways no one could ever have expected.Meet some very special people who are all miracles that you will never forget.

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Having worked in engineering for thirty years and later as a dog trainer, author Gary Fisher finally found his voice and the confidence to write at the age of 59.He will continue to write as long as he has something to say.Gary lives with his wife and dogs in Conroe, Texas. Channel Surfing with God is his first novel.

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