In his latest work, ‘Just A Song Before I Go’, Timothy Bryant gathered his own personal experience as both a published songwriter and musician in order to make the character of Joseph Scallettio come to life.
To date, Bryant has written one other novel; a short-story; transcribed a Civil War diary, and transcribed a collection of love letters from the late 20’s. He is presently penning a series of children’s books, as well as starting on his next novel.
Tim's favorite book is The Bible; though also enjoys a wide-range of romantic comedies, dramatics, as well as thrillers.
While reading ‘Just A Song Before I Go’, you will discover many elements that inspired Tim; such as personal compassions, understandings, as well as day-to-day realities. However, the basis of this story is his belief that everyone can love. And from that love, how some are left with a past haunting of how their lives might have turned out differently from a love gone by. A ‘what if’ if you would.
In addition to writing, Tim is a multimedia designer for The Birmingham News. He has also invented the ‘Flag Pole To Go’ flagpole bracket – which is available in select retail outlets.
Timothy Bryant resides in Northport, Alabama, and is married to Fayette County native, Lisa Brasher Hubbert. They have one son, Jeremy; a daughter-in-law, Deah; and two grandsons, Skylar and Gavin.
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George is a good man, husband, and father leading an average life, until he isn't. Finding himself in the "Hereafter," George must now pass a test to gain entrance. Will it be to Heaven or Hell? Can he pass his Exit Interview? Take a journey with George through the "Thou shalts," in this delightful, comedic, and insightful story.
That Most Precious Gift
A short, enjoyable, light-hearted love story, set in Medieval times. Written with a touch of contemporary emotions between a princess and a knight.
Makes for a fun, interesting read. Enjoy!
Just A Song Before I Go
Makia, a single mother living in the projects on the South Side of Chicago.
Joseph Scallettio, retired musician and composer, at peace living out his final days at St. Vincent's Nursing Home.
Neither knew of each other... until now.
If you enjoyed stories such as ‘The Notebook’ and ‘Fried Green Tomatoes’, you will truly enjoy this poignant love story.
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