Charleston, SC, December 03, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Author James Fant is a strong proponent for love and marriage. That zeal—as well as an interesting what if question—inspired his novel that some readers say is destined for wide success. This is a story Mr. Fant was divinely inspired to write. Set in Atlanta Georgia, "Simon’s Splinter" speaks to a world-wide discussion and is making an ineffaceable impression on early reviewers.
The reason why? “Readers are drawn into stories that are entertaining yet believable and fall in love with the story of a man and woman who love each other but aren’t willing or quite ready to take that next step—marriage. There’s a lot of apprehension when it comes to marriage. There may be a fear of change or a fear of the unknown. I’ve found that some couples cohabitate for convenience sake. I’ve also found that there is a dynamic between males and females regarding the reasons. Simon’s Splinter looks at cohabitation in a fun and interesting way,” said Author James Fant.
"Simon’s Splinter" takes the reader on an epic journey that moves from Atlanta, Georgia to London England. The novel revolves around a woman who may or may not be able to control her boyfriend with the aid of a mysterious family relic.
“'Simon’s Splinter' is a story about what really influences decisions when it comes to love—what really gets under our skin and drives us,” Fant writes in his synopsis. “At our core, we want to be happy. And in relationships, we want that happiness to be mutual. That’s what this book is all about. Finding that common ground.”
Fant draws his inspiration from his parent’s divorce and mother’s cohabitation as well as his passion to make his own marriage a success. In addition to "Simon’s Splinter," Fant has published two novels. He is an awarding author who has given speeches on faith and marriage as well as hosted marriage retreats. He currently resides in Summerville, SC.
"Simon’s Splinter" is the 6th offering from Real Fantasy Publishing an independent publishing venture based in Summerville, SC, and is available as an e-book.
For more information about "Simon’s Splinter," visit http://jamesfantbooks.com
Independent Publishing Venture with 6 titles published to date: "The Mended Fence," "The Secret Branch," "Close the Door," "An Ode for Orchids," "Fourteen Pages," "Simon’s Splinter."