Twin Flame

A story of hope, faith, and eternal love

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Twin Flame — An Authentic Story of Hope, Faith and Finding Eternal Love

Black Mountain, NC, May 9, 2017 ― Finding true love is never easy. And for a man in his mid-60s, the quest can seem daunting.

But serendipity has a way of intervening — especially when it’s least expected.

Twin Flame is a biographical novella about a man meeting, courting and marrying his twin flame. Departing from his usual work in the realm of history and best-selling technological thrillers, Forstchen writes a deeply personal account of finding true love later in life.

Co-authored with Nora D'Ecclesis, a non-fiction writer who defines the holistic concept of twin flames in relationship, Twin Flame is a blending of views about faith, love and perseverance from a universal spiritual perspective. The chapters are interwoven with introspective analysis of how all twin flames endure the process as they quest toward equanimity. The narration includes insights from her expertise in Zen, meditation, Reiki and Christianity.

The book seamlessly blends views about faith and love from a universal perspective. It also embraces the concept that there is a higher plan for everyone and that twin flames are created long before birth.

Whether you are new to Forstchen’s work, or a long-time fan of such books as One Second After, Pillar to the Sky and Day of Wrath, this novella provides a refreshing insight into the realm of relationships, dating and the instinctive quest that drives many people to seek that one true twin flame.

His New York Times best-selling John Matherson series — One Second After, One Year After and The Final Day — tells a chilling story of post-war America after an Electromagnetic Pulse has wiped out electricity, sending the country spiraling into darkness, starvation and terror. Equally all-too-real, Forstchen’s Day of Wrath novella imagines a horrifying scenario in which the terrorist group ISIS carries out nightmarish devastation and brings America to a state of near-paralysis.

William R. Forstchen is the author of nearly 50 books, including the New York Times best-selling series Gettysburg and Pearl Harbor (coauthored with Newt Gingrich), as well as the award-winning young adult novel, We Look Like Men of War.

Forstchen holds a Ph.D. in history from Purdue University, with specialties in military history and the history of technology. Forstchen is currently a faculty fellow and professor of history at Montreat College, near Asheville, North Carolina, where he lives with his dog Maggie.

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By William R.Forstchen and Nora D'Ecclesis

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