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Savant Books and Publications Announces Release of Orest Stocco's Latest Dramatic Novel "My Unborn Child"

Savant Books and Publications LLC, Honolulu, Hawaii, publishers of significant books and enduring media for the 21st century, is pleased to announce the release of Orest Stocco's novel, "My Unborn Child."


2010-08-24
HONOLULU, HI, August 24, 2010 (Press-News.org) After a series of difficult situations in her marriage, Cassie O'Shaunnesy is forced to look life and death in the face. For her, the only way out is to abort her unborn child. Cassie's experience slips through the fingers of both the pro-life and pro-choice dilemma, only to confront her later. What results is a spiritual awakening—a rebirth of her own self—with her aborted daughter, Seana, which changes Cassie's life forever.

According to author Orest Stocco, abortion has at least three distinct faces: The religious side is based upon faith, the secular upon science, and the spiritual upon personal experience. In the religious realm, Cassie must come to grips with what some consider an act of murder. Since science can't yet decisively determine exactly when a fetus becomes a person, terminating the life of the fetus becomes a matter of deep personal conscience. The spiritual side posits that Soul—the pre-existent self—animates the unborn with self-consciousness when it takes its first breath of life.

Cassie O'Shaunnesy's dramatic and uplifting experience is about facing this third, and perhaps most important side of life and death. "My Unborn Child" opens the window on Soul for readers, male or female, married or single, adult or teen, and invites the reader to explore the spiritual side of life that has challenged and mystified humanity since the dawn of time.

Orest Stocco, author of the provocative novel, "What Would I Say Today If I Were To Die Tomorrow?" was born in Panettieri, Calabria, Italy.  He immigrated to Canada where he studied philosophy at university.  He lived in Annecy, France and North Western Ontario before taking up residence in Georgian Bay, Ontario, Canada, where he continues to write. His Savant publications also include "First Breath - 2010 Savant Anthology of Poems."

"I began my writing career with my provocative novel "What Would I Say Today If I Were To Die Tomorrow?"," says Orest. "Shortly after its publication, Penny, my life companion, and I relocated to Georgian Bay, in South Central Ontario. Here I went through seven past-life regressions that resulted in my writing ten books in less than two years, as well as recorded three "Soul talk books," "The Way of Soul," "The Soul of Wisdom," and "The Soul of Happiness." With each book, I connected the dots a little more, until I finally understood the answer to that most provocative question of life: Why am I? Join with me as I share the answer in MY UNBORN CHILD, the first of my reality spirituality novels, published by Savant Books and Publications."

"My Unborn Child" by Orest Stocco - 402 pages - 6 x 9" Softcover. ISBN 978-0-9841175-9-8. Suggested retail price $16.95. Released August 2010 by Savant Books and Publications, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA.

This book is available from the Savant Books and Publications Bookstore at

https://www.createspace.com/3457931

and on Amazon.com at

http://www.amazon.com/dp/0984117598

About Savant Books and Publications LLC: Savant Books and Publications LLC is a publisher of significant books and enduring media for the 21st Century specializing in literary, educational, health and health care, environmental, earth and space sciences, and academic dissertations of note. Savant is known for its dedication to assisting first-time authors. For further information see the Savant website at http://www.savantbooksandpublications.com.

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[Press-News.org] Savant Books and Publications Announces Release of Orest Stocco's Latest Dramatic Novel "My Unborn Child"
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