About the Book
In 2011 Jo is a lonely, desolate man. He loses his girlfriend, Sonya so he turns to social media such as Facebook and Skype, for comfort and to occupy his mind and free time. One of his male, personal friends passes away and his widow, Jolie becomes Jo's friend socially on Facebook. In days, even though the two have never met in person, they live in separate places, the relationship between them becomes more intense and intimate. As the intimacy grows stronger between the two online lovers, so is the antagonism from Jolie's family and former in-laws. Jo and Jolie face the challenges of their lives. Will the two ever meet in person? If they do, will it last for a life time or a mere six months? Will something significant cause them to break apart, if even temporarily, every six months? What is the outcome? Is there an unexpected tragic twist to this outcome in six months of their relationship? If so, who or what is responsible for this terrible tragedy?
About the Author: Joshua Spencer is a Canadian-Jamaican teacher with the Toronto District School Board. He acquired his secondary and tertiary education at Manning's School, Sam Sharpe Teachers' Training College, and York University, Canada's third largest university (51,000 students). Joshua Spencer is currently the author of five books: "Six Months" a true-to-life, but fictitious, romance novel, uncovers an extremely suspenseful, and unexpected, sad, but nevertheless, wonderful climax. It was published on September 1, 2015. "Fluctuating Life" (August 23, 2007) - a book of poetry, reflecting on his life's challenges in a symbolic way. "From New Mills to New Life" (October 28, 2009) - the author's very heartrending autobiography. "Contemporary Issues, Science, Africa, and More" (February 12, 2008) - on genes and current topics of interest. Finally, "Let's Talk Africa and More" (October 30, 2006). All his published work can be had worldwide at amazon.com, Barnes and Noble and many other online and brick and mortar stores including the United Kingdom, USA, Canada, Jamaica, and other parts of the world.