by Louise M. Monney Nobel Louise encounters many struggles. She struggles with going to live with her parents, her religious belief, and later the men she marries. Her adult struggles are foretold in a dream she has while living with her relatives. Only after she finds herself in her tragedies does she realize that they refer back to the one dream. She touches on her everyday life and events taking place. She places great emphasis on her spirituality and belief. Nobel Louise survives her tragedies and sees the fulfillment of the dream. She eventually becomes a devoted Christian. ABOUT THE AUTHOR A Jamaican-born Canadian, Louise M. Monney graduated from Seneca College of Applied Arts and Technology with a diploma in computer programming and operating. In the 1980s she worked as a computer operator with the Canadian government, but needing more of a challenge, she pursued and completed a bachelor of science in mathematics and a bachelor of arts in English from York University. Ms. Monney has been interested in writing since she studied English high school. Some of her favorite writers were Shakespeare, Wordsworth, Pope, and Eliot. However, She began writing after facing her tragedies. (2005, paperback, 84 pages) Availability: Usually ships in 2-3 business days.