A Walk on the Sunny Side

Stories of Inspiration, Humor, and Adventure

by William Clark



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 4/1/2021

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 142
ISBN : 9781489734051
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 142
ISBN : 9781489734044
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 142
ISBN : 9781489734068

About the Book

"A brilliant collection of assorted short stories, written as only William Clark can do! Thought-provoking and intriguing. I could not wait to read the next page! I highly recommend...it speaks to the heart." Joy Charlene Henley, author "This collection of short stories is a genuine treasury of writing wisdom that will enrich anyone who reads them. William Clark is a talented writer with a heart for God." Pastor Gerald Derreberry

About the Author

William Clark shares unique and intriguing insights in his stories. Whether they are nonfiction or fiction, his stories are unforgettable and brimming with inspiration and humor. Clark’s honest portrayal of his characters entertain and allure the reader. Clark writes from the heart and will touch your heart. “A Walk on the Sunny Side” brings joy to the young and the young at heart. The twenty-three stories lead the reader to wanting more. The entertaining book contains stories of inspiration, humor and adventure. The two mega, adventure stories about America’s frontier will delight the reader from beginning to end. “Silver Lining in the Black Hills” is dedicated to the Lakota Tribe, and “Apples, Pears and the 1790’s Frontier” is dedicated to the Delaware Tribe. Clark honors these great Native Americans. “Feather Gump” is one of funniest stories in print. You will love this country celebrity. Clark writes about a true brush with death in “Out of Control”. As a teen, Clark teased his dad about believing in UFOs. Clark writes about witnessing one and receiving an official documentation. Have you ever wondered what church could be like? Clark writes a true experience about a special church service: “Down in Missouri”. Clark also writes about a true angelic experience, “On a Quiet Sunday Evening”. He shares a scene from his teens that he sees mentally again and again in “Hoosier Autumn”.