Author Aneatra Stirgus’ New Book ‘Pamela’s Journey’ Is Based On A True Story And Details The Lives Of Lovers Crossed By Stars

Successful businesswoman Aneatra Stirgus has completed her new book “Pamela’s Journey”: a moving tale of a woman’s jubilation and despair.

Aneatra writes: “Based on a true love story that culminated in a sad, tragic end. Pamela thought she had it all. A perfect job, a wonderful family and their honey dip on and off. As her sisters tried to tear their relationship apart, Pamela had finally had enough and had moved her into her condition with her and their daughter. Everything seemed so beautiful. His health began to deteriorate and he soon passed away. Death brought the family closer together, but it left a void in everyone’s hearts. Pamela is on the road to recovery and finds a life changing type of happiness along the way! “

Posted by Page Publishing, Aneatra Stirgus’ tale is an honest account of what true love will take us to its best and worst.

With relatable characters and circumstances, this story is sure to bring up memories of your own romantic story as you walk with the characters through their highs and lows.

Readers who wish to experience this heartfelt work can purchase “Pamela’s Journey” in bookstores around the world, or online at Apple’s iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

For more information or for media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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