Christine's Cross

Rated 5.00/5 based on 3 reviews
Christine, is a young model trying to make it in the world of acting. One day she's riding home from school in a car with friends and her dreams come to a shattering halt.

A true story about the author's daughter.
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Price: Free! USD

Words: 2,620
Language: English
ISBN: 9781465927637
About Joe Biancardi

Joe Biancardi spent most of his life in St. Louis where he grew up and worked as a policeman, engineer and a salesman trying to find his niche in life. At the age of forty he took his new wife to the gulf coast of Alabama where he raised his three children.

“We didn’t realize we’d be trading cold winters for a hurricane prone area. Now, years later he admits the trade-off was worth it. “It’s allowed me to see what the powers of Mother Nature are capable of: from the ferocity of hurricanes to the relaxing sound of the surf at Florida and Alabama beaches.

Now almost twenty-five years later he’s retired and found his calling. He writes books dealing with the power of intention as well as other adventure stories. My children and grandchildren used to ask me to tell them a story. Now I put these stories into a book form, living the adventures in my recliner.

He is co-founder of the HeartMind Institute where he works with people, teaching them how to expand their heart's energy field.

As I see readers download my story, Blood of the Mystic, I am filled with the hope that the message within the story will change the way mankind heals itself. For I believe in my stories, otherwise why give them away for free.

Thank you to all those that enjoy what I write.

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Review by: Mary Theriot on May 05, 2012 :
I rate this story a 5.
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Review by: cheyenne webb on May 05, 2012 : (no rating)
Great story! Moral stories of accidents are typical but you made this one personal and unique. The whole experience is touching and likely not something any reader will forget, thank you for sharing, I enjoyed it!
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Review by: Mary Theriot on May 04, 2012 : (no rating)
This is a very good read. To me, the moral of this story is to keep faith in God and he will make everything alright. No matter how bad things are, don't give up. And this is a lesson that the character, Christine, learned. It also taught her, thru her own bad experience, how to be compassionate and helpful toward others in pain and bad situations.
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