Jean Pauley

 

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A CONTEMPORARY CHRISTIAN NOVEL SERIES

VOLUME 1 & 2 NOW BEING SOLD TO
200 CHRISTIAN INDIVIDUALS AND CORPORATIONS
SUMMER/FALL 2016

BUY THESE BOOK AND DONATE TO YOUR FAVORITE CHARITY
AND WITH YOUR HELP
THIS CHRISTIAN ADULT-ONLY NOVEL SERIES
WILL BE ADAPTED AND MADE INTO A
6-WEEK CHRISTIAN MINI-SERIES CALLED 
"IN HELL WITH EYES WIDE OPEN"

PRE-PRODUCTION BEGINS FALL 2016
PRODUCTION SUMMER 2017
POST-PRODUCTION FALL 2017

THE BACK COVER OF THE DVD
FOR OUR MINI-SERIES:

A tale of unswerving love, presented in the same format as the Oscar winner movie, Slumdog Millionaire, is launched from the witness stand;
and over an 8-day grueling jury trial, deliberating which parent will be awarded sole custody of two young boys, the viewer is taken back to the beginning, to the mid-70's and then moves forward 25 years to learn, that unlike what the 12-member jury believe, it’s all pretense and a very dangerous game.

These books entail adult themes concerning problems created by
split custody, multiple marriages, infidelity, the psychological impact of abortion, drug addiction, alcoholism, closeted homosexuality, domestic abuse, and corrupt family law courts,
with a Christian thread woven throughout the pages.

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This arresting story will open eyes for anyone considering a divorce. 
Learn how our heroine wins custody
against all odds. 

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Pauley's three-book novel series, takes us on an adventure from Texas to Arizona to Florida. 

This 25-year chronicle of unconditional love, a love tryst, a courtroom conspiracy, and a whodunit murder, will keep the reader glued to the pages of this entertaining and dark comedy
inspired by a true story. 

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Reading these books is like taking a tour through a liberal arts program, and while you are reminded of the politics, economics, religious beliefs, family values, and historical moments over three decades of the 20th century, you learn so much more, too!


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This epic is defined as a literary work--
a complex, literate, multilayered saga that wrestles with universal dilemmas; and though Pauley warns that some scenes sizzle beyond fifty shades of gray, this true story will persuade her readers to find hope in a greater authority.

 

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