Not everyone who is searching is lost; 

Not everyone who is lost its searching.

Your mother is dead. You just watched your father be dragged to the bottom of the ocean. And now to survive you join a crime ring counterfeit money and stealing identities. Sounds like a pretty bad day!

Well, this is the reality for former pastor's kid Terrance Arrington as he leaves the faith and church behind after his father's disappearance, last seen being dragged to the bottom of the ocean floor.

 

Now Terrance Arrington must navigate life as he discovers a new sense of home and stability as he is searching for spiritual land within himself and turns to secret local crime ring. This page turner is a compelling coming to age story about overcoming loss and keeping faith in the midst of utter despair.

 

Time is running out! Will time and the police catch up to young Terrance? Or will he drown in the waters of life? How long can he keep his head above water? FIND OUT MORE BY CLICKING THE BUTTON TO PURCHASE NOW

Searching For Land

 

Winston Mayo

Winston Mayo was born in Los Angeles, California on December 22nd, 1992. After being adopted he moved to Marietta, Georgia and lived the majority of his life with his parents Andrew Randolph and Vikki Mayo-Randolph.

 

He received his Bachelor’s of Arts from Ithaca College with a degree in Writing and a minor in Art.

 

Finally, Winston Mayo holds the ministry position of teacher who says he has an evangelist heart. He says he got saved for real in 2012 at the age of nineteen.  He is determined retire by the age of 30 and to go into full time ministry by the end of 2017 at the age of 25.

 

He wants to be known for and remembered for loving Jesus and only his wish is that all his family, friends, and everyone he meets to get saved by giving their life to Christ and have fun in Heaven.

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