Bran the Blessed

Brandon Stone hasn't always made the right choices in life, but when he finds himself a father at the age of sixteen, life suddenly takes on a whole new level of difficulty. Bran soon discovers that the world can be a cruel place for a Christian who stumbles, but even though his life seems wrecked forever, God still has a high calling for Brandon to answer. If he can find the courage. More
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About William Woodall

I've been writing stories almost since I was able to pick up a jumbo crayon and put words on paper. I love what I do and I feel blessed to have the opportunity to share these tales with my readers.

My work is typically classified as young adult literature, if only because the stories are clean and most of the characters are young. There's more to it than that, though.

Every book I've ever personally loved has been what I'd call ageless. That is, it contains something that can touch the heart of a child while he's still too young and raw to appreciate subtlety, but there's also something in it that he can still feed on when he's old and gray, although perhaps not the same things. It's my aspiration to write stories like that.

In fact, the majority of my readers are adults who want to read something that will uplift them and make them feel glad to be alive that day. We all need beautiful stories, and without them we suffer.

If you'd like to know more about me or my work, please visit my official author's website at

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About the Series: The Stones of Song
These are the stories of the Stone family: Brian, Lisa, and Brandon, and some of the people they know and love, most notably Cody McGrath. All of them were called for great and glorious things, though sometimes only after great suffering and many mistakes. These are beautiful tales of selfless and sacrificial love, the scorning of selfishness in all its forms and disguises.

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