George Gmitro

Biography

George Gmitro and his wife Tracee reside in DeLand, Florida where they enjoy the small town atmosphere. George hopes that Viable Press, LLC will continue to bring more thought provoking stories that will encourage readers to discuss and to respond to the world around them. He enjoys spending time with family and friends, learning about history, and sampling fine cheeses.

Smashwords Interview

What's the story behind your latest book?
VIABLE@140 depicts a father's struggle to save the life of his preborn child during a crisis pregnancy. This suspenseful and intriguing work of fiction depicts abortion and Prolife in a personal and passionate way. I not only discuss the policies of today (Roe vs Wade, SCOTUS)but puts the emphasis on the main problem...the competing interests of a fallen world.
Once you immerse yourself into the struggles of these characters you will experience helplessness, anger, betrayal, courage, loyalty, love, and the power in God's grace . By the end of this emotional epic you will become more understanding of those struggling or having struggled with a crisis pregnancy situation. VIABLE@140 will ignite a passion for life affirming choices!
Order VIABLE@140 and get involve in the celebration of life!
What impact has VIABLE@140 made on the lives of your readers?
Overall, the impact has been very positive. So far, six of my readers have shared with me that reading VIABLE@140 stirred a desire for action and have responded by becoming involved in nearby pregnancy resource centers. By seeing how literary fiction can generate such a response has been a blessing and has given me the inspiration and drive to continue to work on the completion of the "Write For Life" series.
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Books

Viable@140
Price: Free! Words: 78,510. Language: English. Published: July 2, 2015. Categories: Fiction » Christian » Suspense, Fiction » Young adult or teen » Social Issues
When it comes to the life of your child...Just how far would you go?

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