Glory by Jona Bryant

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Jona Bryant was born Jonathan Bryant in February of 1988. I knew he would be a king before he made his appearance. He started his ascent during a blizzard and took 24 ½ hours to make his entry into a cold world laced with warm love just for him.

Despite several brushes with death that began during his birth, Jona defied all odds and grew to be a tender-hearted boy who felt deeply. By age eight, he changed noticeably and began showing signs of suppressed anger. I encouraged him to keep a journal, a practice he’s continued.

Jona’s writing has always been awe inspiring. His descriptive method leaves the taste of sweet nectar on your tongue and the sun’s glow blinding your eyes. His writing style is influenced by “Floetry”, who put poetry to music, and the writings of David and Solomon in the King James Version of the Bible.

The name Jona resulted from a conversation with his late Aunt Tillie who encouraged him to stop running (like Jonah in the Bible) and face his destiny. With this book, Jona is finally moving toward his throne.

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Published April 15, 2011 by Xlibris. 144 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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