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Wild Bay All is Not as It Seems to Be Volume 6 Paperback

Wild Bay All is Not as It Seems to Be Volume 6 Paperback

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Published by Llewelyn Pritchard
Wild Bay is a fascinating novel of historical fiction based on unique first-hand experience in Port Hope Simpson, Newfoundland & Labrador, Canada that offers great lessons in how you can come to terms with something that really bothers you whilst simultaneously gaining great personal satisfaction and benefits along the way. The best of both worlds! Or, looked at in another way, how you can endeavour to resolve a series of coincidences, puzzles, mysteries or most grave, serious issues in such a way that your work will maybe benefit others.... "The peace and quietness of Wild Bay in the early morning as the water lapped and sparkled against the shoreline was truly a medicine for Richard ap Meurig as he took his daily walk. The ambience of his surroundings had a stillness that spread over him as his thoughts wondered from the past to the present. Richard mused to himself. Is all this really happening? Am I actually walking the same shoreline after a 33-year absence from this community? So much of the physical aspect has improved whilst the warm- hearted, hospitable people still share their homes and lives with outsiders who visit. Richard had come out all those years ago to work in Wild Bay as a young, 18 year-old V.S.O. teacher. His background in Wales had not prepared him for the adventure from 1969 to 1970 that was to play such a captivating part in his future life. Does life give us a destiny or do we make our own he pondered. Why do things happen as they do? (Incidentally, Richard’s name was derived from that of a Welsh merchant in Bristol, England: "Richard ap Meurig" who had appeared in the Customs roll as "ap Meryke," who was supposed to have been the heaviest investor in John Cabot's expedition to America in 1498. It is, therefore, very probable that America had acquired its name from the Bristolian version of this man's name: Richard Ameryk.) This early walk was his routine and each day brought a new awakening in his soul and sense of purpose for his return. He felt so privileged to have been specially flown out to the Town’s "Coming Home Celebrations" but never in his wildest dreams had he bargained for what lay ahead..."

Wild Bay is a fascinating novel of historical fiction based on unique first-hand experience in Port Hope Simpson, Newfoundland & Labrador, Canada that offers great lessons in how you can come to terms with something that really bothers you whilst simultaneously gaining great personal satisfaction and benefits along the way. The best of both worlds! Or, looked at in another way, how you can endeavour to resolve a series of coincidences, puzzles, mysteries or most grave, serious issues in such a way that your work will maybe benefit others.... "The peace and quietness of Wild Bay in the early morning as the water lapped and sparkled against the shoreline was truly a medicine for Richard ap Meurig as he took his daily walk. The ambience of his surroundings had a stillness that spread over him as his thoughts wondered from the past to the present. Richard mused to himself. Is all this really happening? Am I actually walking the same shoreline after a 33-year absence from this community? So much of the physical aspect has improved whilst the warm- hearted, hospitable people still share their homes and lives with outsiders who visit. Richard had come out all those years ago to work in Wild Bay as a young, 18 year-old V.S.O. teacher. His background in Wales had not prepared him for the adventure from 1969 to 1970 that was to play such a captivating part in his future life. Does life give us a destiny or do we make our own he pondered. Why do things happen as they do? (Incidentally, Richard’s name was derived from that of a Welsh merchant in Bristol, England: "Richard ap Meurig" who had appeared in the Customs roll as "ap Meryke," who was supposed to have been the heaviest investor in John Cabot's expedition to America in 1498. It is, therefore, very probable that America had acquired its name from the Bristolian version of this man's name: Richard Ameryk.) This early walk was his routine and each day brought a new awakening in his soul and sense of purpose for his return. He felt so privileged to have been specially flown out to the Town’s "Coming Home Celebrations" but never in his wildest dreams had he bargained for what lay ahead..."

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