What Lies Ahead?

New non-fiction story follows one woman’s dreams and realities

Can life be controlled to be enjoyed? Or should a person let life be, in order to experience its greatness and adventures? Author Marta Reinoso weaves an endearing story in “The Fault in Us” as she lets readers navigate the plans and unplanned moments of life --- and how these make up the beauty and fullness of the meaning and understanding of life --- through the pages of this book.

It can’t be for nothing. These are the thoughts of Desmarie Madrid, which lie within the sanction of her mind, memories, and vision. Readers will experience happiness, sadness, loss with a lot to gain throughout the events that have taken place. This depicts the person being in control, sharing her life events and letting it all out in the open, something readers might call an “open book”.

But is Desmarie Madrid and the author herself one and the same or related? Will some of these chapters push readers to the edge? The continuance of Desmarie’s marvel is shocking but yet satisfying. The timeline of this non-fiction story will hopefully remit hope and positivity to the readers, passed all of the darkness that lies ahead in this world.

This book is available online and can be purchased at www.writersrepublic.com, www.amazon.com and www.barnesandnoble.com.

About the Author

Marta Reinoso is a wife, mother, clinical instructor, and a writer. Graduating from Keiser University, she became a Physical Therapist Assistant, something that means a lot to her since she loves helping people feel better. She enjoys playing video games, listening to music, and loves to spend time at home watching movies and binging on shows with her husband. Since teenage years, she has set heart into writing a book about a life, full of imperfections, and doubt, but also love, recreation and laughter. Her life has been nothing short of a colossal adventure, living and visiting many places in the world. She enjoys spending time with her husband and daughter. While we focus on certain events that have taken effect in this timeline, know that accuracy and perfection do not exist in this book. However, the author promises the reader will meet acknowledgement, enjoyment, and maybe perceive consonance to the life events that are about to transpire.

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