Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (PRWEB) August 20, 2005
F. A. Goodwin announces publication of You Reap What You Sow in conjunction with Lulu Enterprises, the worlds fastest-growing provider of print-on-demand books.
The story, which takes place in Philadelphia, entails the tumultuous relationship of Jada Lindsay and her married lover Aidan Peacock as told in her own words which are often flip and straight from the hip. When the affair is ended in front of the entire congregation of Shiloh Christian Church at a New Year’s Eve service Jada vows to never see Aidan again. But the heart goes where it wants to, and she finds out the hard way that You Reap What You Sow
F. A. Goodwin wrote and designed You Reap What You Sow because she had a story she wanted to tell. She came to Lulu because she wanted to be in control of the publishing process and found Lulus print-on-demand tools to be fast, easy and, most importantly, free.
You Reap What You Sow is available for purchase at http://www.lulu.com, in a marketplace filled with other unique, and sometimes, downright strange, items.
F. A. Goodwin states that, “Writing the book was the hard part. Getting it published and printed through Lulu was a breeze.”
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This is the author’s first published work but certainly not her last. She was born and raised in the historic city of Philadelphia. This is the second career for her. She spent over ten years as a successful hairstylist and now she’s currently a full-time college student and mother to two wonderful children. Look for her to bring more great literary works of fiction to a book store near you.
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