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Number of Pages: 152
Genre: Fiction + Literature Genres
Sub-Genre: General
Format: Paperback
Publisher: Dorrance Publishing Co.
Age Range: Adult
Author: Jim Sage
Language: English



Book Synopsis



Beyond Someday

By: Jim Sage


Jim and Carolyn both start life separately as failures, with broken marriages and low spirits. Together, they combine their two families and become successful both professionally and personally. Their journey climbing to success and the many obstacles they face as a family are explored. Together, they overcome many of life's major hurdles and emerge stronger as a family, proving that no matter how difficult life is, success and happiness can be achieved if we try hard enough.


About the Author


Jim Sage grew up the son of an active-duty U.S. Air Force Master Sergeant. For this reason, much of his young life was spent at various military bases in the United States. After his father's retirement, the family settled in Hampton, Virginia, where he spent his teenage years.


Jim Sage wrote Beyond Someday between 2003 and 2020 while living in a planned community outside Williamsburg, Virginia. During this time, he chaired a number of community committees and was elected to the board of directors for a two-year term. His hobbies include golf club design and construction. He is also an avid golfer. He was married to his loving wife for thirty-nine years. She passed away in 2020 from a degenerative brain disease and he misses her every day. He retired from the United States Army in 1979 after twenty-one years of service as a first sergeant, including two years in Vietnam and being awarded three Bronze Stars.


Today, he lives in northern Florida near his children.