(PRWEB) June 03, 2014
Bruce R. Dunlop, a devout Christian, has completed his first book, The Spirits Fire, which follows New Jerseys Rockledge Fire Company Two through all the set-ups and takedowns of a years worth of calls with a vibrant and irresistible realism.
Discussing his fiery new creative work, Dunlop says: The story is fiction, but I drew on personal experiences as a volunteer firefighter for many of the books aspects. The message is that Believers should earnestly seek the Holy Spirit to guide their steps, and trust that we are doing our part in Gods great plan. The characters are as human as I could make them and convey the camaraderie among first responders. I hope I succeeded in writing a story where tension develops, yet no antagonist is looking to slice the protagonists throat, in that friendship and brotherhood among firefighters overcomes any differences between individuals.
Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Bruce R. Dunlops harrowing tale outlines the professional and private life of a unique fireman whose every deed is motivated and informed by God.
A story of faith that can stand up to the test of flames, The Spirits Fire follows a year in the life of Crossroads Fire Company. Author Bruce Dunlop expertly explores the deep bonds of fellowship between brethren firefighters, the family lives they all return to when the fires are knocked down, and the tolls and triumphs they face, daily, moving between these sometimes frightening, sometimes conflicting worlds.
Readers who wish to experience this inspiring work can purchase Spirits Fire at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.
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