I Beg to Differ

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WestBow Press, Apr 19, 2011 - Fiction - 96 pages
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I Beg To Differ is a young womans journey to self-rediscovery in the midst of chaos. This journey marks a slow and at times painful self-examination and analysis of the world around her. She is driven by the fact that rediscovering herself is key towards reaffirming her Faith. As she progresses through her journey, she finds that her passion to uncover the seemingly elusive truth that is life; is starting to have an effect on the darkness around her. The more she sits down and examines the questions that are nagging at her conscience, the more she starts to recognise her old self. This is important to her because she has always prided herself on staying true to her values. With the revelation of her old self, also comes the knowledge that the Truth is still relevant today and can most definitely overcome the darkness.


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C.J. Sinclair has always had a great passion for writing. A native East African, Sinclair was drawn at an early age to the power of words. She derives her inspiration from King David’s Psalms. The open vulnerability expressed in the Psalms reminds her of God’s mercy.

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