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Meg Duly's Newly Released "The Other Side of the Song" Is the Heart-wrenching Story of a Destitute Little Girl Who Reaches Out to Her Country Music Idol to Save Her

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Meg Duly's Newly Released "The Other Side of the Song" Is the Heart-wrenching Story of a Destitute Little Girl Who Reaches Out to Her Country Music Idol to Save Her

"The Other Side of the Song", from Christian Faith Publishing author Meg Duly, is an absorbing novel about ten-year-old Missy Brown, who barely survives in the filth and abuse of her impoverished Nashville trailer park life under the tyranny of a drug-addicted prostitute of a mother--all of which changes when Missy writes to her heroine, the famous country music star Marty Abby, fervently praying for the celebrity to come rescue her, a daringly hopeful move that sets the stage for a remarkable journey in the young castaway's life.

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MEADVILLE, Pa., August 3, 2018 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- "The Other Side of the Song" is a dramatic tale of a young girl and her prayer for rescue, answered by a famous country musician. "The Other Side of the Song" is the creation of published author Meg Duly, a clinical social worker in Stone Mountain, Georgia, who works primarily with youth and draws inspiration from their stories; she has five children of her own, and several grand- and great-grandchildren, with her husband of thirty-seven years who lives out his retirement as an active musician.

Duly writes of the tender scene when the celebrity visits Missy in the hospital: "Tears were streaming down Marty's face as they reached the child's room. Missy Brown was a tiny figure in a big hospital bed. Her head was bandaged, and her left arm was in a cast. Both her eyes were closed and had turned a yellowish blue. Her jaw was still swollen. Marty took off her jacket and sat by the bed in the chair the doctor brought in for her. Martin Davis crossed his arms and leaned back against the wall behind her. Marty lifted the child's right hand to her lips and kissed it. She closed her eyes and prayed. She pushed back her emotions, cleared her throat, and began to sing two children's songs, 'Jesus Loves Me,' the 'Twenty-Third Psalm,' and a lullaby. Then for some reason Marty didn't even know, especially considering the monster of a mother Missy had, Marty sang a song that Powell had written for her entitled, 'A Mother's Love.'"

Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Meg Duly's new book is a captivating narrative that speaks to the universal dream of love and acceptance, especially that of society's young throwaways.

Raw, shocking, uplifting, Duly's story of young Missy will touch hearts everywhere.

View a synopsis of "The Other Side of the Song" on YouTube.

Consumers can purchase "The Other Side of the Song" at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at Amazon.com, Apple iTunes store, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or inquiries about "The Other Side of the Song", contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.

 

SOURCE Christian Faith Publishing

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