Arthur and Joyce Becker’s New Book ’19 Days in March’ is a Personal Account That Highlights a Family’s Means of Survival When the Pandemic Hit the States
Fulton Books author, Arthur Becker, a former truck driver who now works in warehousing, and Joyce Becker, a music teacher, have completed their most recent book "19 Days In March": an emotionally charged read that recounts the early days of the pandemic. No one was ready when the world went into lockdown in March 2020, no one, including the Beckers. In this read, they documented how their life went during those 25 days of life-changing events.
"When the rest of the world stopped, they kept theirs going.
As life is thrown into chaos by a global pandemic, a married couple must work with each other to maintain whatever order they can while keeping their kids safe and their sanity. Arthur works at a food distribution center and stands up to the challenge of keeping the supply chain intact as the hoarding begins. Joyce is a teacher and must find a way to educate her students in the era of crisis learning. While their struggles were real, so was the love between them, which kept it all going."
Published by Fulton Books, Arthur and Joyce Becker's book is a heartening story that encourages everyone to show appreciation to their loved ones.
Life may be challenging at some point. However, don't stop believing that everything's going to be better in the end.
May this read plant that seed of hope in the readers' hearts.
Readers who wish to experience this awe-inspiring work can purchase "19 Days In March" online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble. Check out this link for the "19 Days In March" Facebook page so you never miss an update, www.facebook.com/19DaysInMarch
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