Content Review for, “Who Else Could it Be But God?”

Content Review from Tate Publishing for the story by Author Clayton Reid Jones entitled: “Who Else Could It Be But God?” My Relationships Led Me To Him. The first of two memoirs.

While some authors may choose to leave out the worst experiences they’ve had when writing a memoir, you, however, successfully managed to write a story that is not only well laid-out but more importantly one that’s also vulnerably honest and straightforward. You did this by drawing out the mistakes you’ve had in the past, albeit painfully, and imparting whatever important lessons you may have learned in a way that’s truly engaging and relatable. Image

What’s great about this book is that it doesn’t only poignantly convicts its potential readers, but it also gives out the impression that seems to encourage them to start looking at the bright side of things and not give up in fighting the good fight.

Generally, this manuscript may come up as a book that’s basically about your journey to discovering what it really takes to finally come to terms with being a father to a child—a son, for that matter—whom you have spent so many years trying to live without. This part of your life has been the ultimate turning point in your long-standing pursuit of a lasting relationship and, even perhaps, self-discovery.

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About Clayton Reid Jones

Who is Clayton Jones? A father, son, friend, a child of God who believes in universal love. He believes truth is the medicine that we should apply to the wounds; that truth is derived from love ...and love is the only way we can heal.
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