Coming in May.
<p>It is the 1960s and Professor Jon Andrews is haunted by memories of growing up in an abusive, ultra-religious home.<br><br>
He leaves his teaching job in Montreal to go to a cabin in Iris, Prince Edward Island to write a novel based on his childhood.<br><br>
There he is taken under wing by a local farm family. When he experiences their love and kindness, he begins to see spirituality in a new light. When tragedy strikes the farm family he is thrust into the life of a farmer. He knows nothing about farming but rises to the challenge as the four young sons teach and guide him.<br><br>
Love grows and there is small town gossip and judgmental attitudes and there are serious decisions to be made.<br><br>
In the end, more than one life is changed in astonishing and wonderful ways. <br><br>
In this new world of terrorism and catastrophic events beyond our control, A DIFFERENT KIND OF LIFE, provides what audiences are craving right now — an uplifting and inspiring story that gives them a sense that there is still love and hope and goodness in the world.<br><br>
<b>The novel is a fictional, inspirational romance, that captures the idiosyncrasies and historical aspects of Prince Edward Island.</b></p>