A Mile in His Soul by Roger D. Grubbs and Cortney M. Grubbs
Roger D. Grubb and Cortney M. Grubbs
Don’t ever judge anyone until you have walked A Mile in His Soul!
A modern twist on a classic but true-to-life story, A Mile in His Soul shows the aftermath of two worlds colliding: the haves and the have-nots. Destined to become a box office smash-hit, A Mile in His Soul is a captivating story of a young man named Malcolm Horsley, who has everything: a nice flat, plenty of money, all the women he desires. Malcolm constantly uses everyone, even his so-called friends, for his own gain. With feelings of superiority and a dark family secret, he brags about scamming the homeless. Morally deficient and emotionally stunted, he doesn’t care about anyone as he climbs his way toward success; but no one challenges the power-hungry young man, who believes that he is invincible.
But Malcolm’s world changes forever when he loses everything in a bad investment. Destitute and friendless, Malcolm finds himself living among the homeless whom he detests and even relying on them for survival. When they recognize Malcolm as the scammer who has taken food out of their mouths, his double life is quickly exposed and the two worlds collide with a vengeance.
Robbed, beaten, and unprepared to weather the freezing temperatures, the downtrodden young man faces “The Other Side of Reality” (song by Hartley Mandel). Each and every person he meets has a story: a reason for winding up at the same destination. Fortunately, he crosses paths with a beautiful young homeless woman named Kiki, who teaches him not to ever judge anyone until he has walked A Mile in His Soul!
Based on the story by award-winning writer Morley Shulman.
About the Authors:
Roger D. Grubbs, the author of The Exciting World of Self Publishing, has written more than 56 books to date with 54 Best Sellers. He has been in the publishing business since 1979 when he started Market Consultants as a market analyst. His writings have become a standard of excellence in the field of newsletter publications for more than three decades. From its beginning Roger’s publishing company has set the pace among his peers, quickly rising to the top of his field. As a well respected business executive, he has been chosen as the recipient of numerous outstanding awards, including Who’s-Who among company executives! His advice has been featured in two major magazines on numerous occasions, recognizing his authority on the subject of marketing.
Upon graduating from Auburn University in 1971, Roger set out to build his own companies. In 2008 Roger made his debut in the exhilarating field of fiction as a novelist. From the very beginning he was determined to give his readers something exciting and entertaining to read; and with 54 best sellers to his credit, he has accomplished what he set out to do. Choosing to enter as many genres as possible with at least one novel for each age group, Roger continues to crank out those stories at an amazing rate. The Mystery of the Mummy was written in six days and was chosen as Top Pick among suspense fans at Midwest Book Review. This goes to prove he doesn’t sacrifice quality for speed.
Roger’s years of writing experience have not only included newsletter publications, but he has also excelled as a copywriter for Fortune 500 Companies. Experience like this has earned Roger the honor of being a top Direct Mail Marketing Professional. With expertise as a market analyst, Roger has a diverse background. Recently he appeared on the Dottie Laster Show called Trafficked to bring awareness to the global problem of human trafficking, which is the fastest growing crime in the world. Later he also appeared on numerous radio talk shows reaching a global audience totaling millions. Currently he is writing screenplays for many of his novels which are being considered for major motion pictures.
Dr. Cortney M. Grubbs began working for her father s international company Market Consultants when she was young; creating advertisements and marketing strategies, she enthusiastically began her love affair with words.
She earned a Masters of Fine Arts and Doctorate degrees from the University of Florida (UF), where she also taught English classes. She has been a guest Poetry Reader at Goerings Bookstore in Gainesville, Florida; and she has published her creative writing in literary magazines and zines.
When her father began writing novels, she began editing books; one such book, The Mystery of the Mummy, received the honor of being chosen Top Pick for suspense fans from Midwest Book Review.
Dr. Grubbs is a tenure-track professor at Gordon State College, where she teaches English literature, composition, and creative writing courses. She looks forward to continuing to balance teaching, writing, editing, and fun.
Review by Susan Walton:
I would recommend this book to everyone, rich and poor and those in between. This book was so well written, be careful how you look at others.
It is a great book on what if the shoe is on the other foot, also you can’t blame your parents, of your childhood. We all chose our paths, as adults. Glad you chose to write Roger. Well Done..