Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Nov 4, 2021 (Issuewire.com) – Can a dark, dirty prison ventilation system provide two prison inmates with the salvation they seek so fervently? What if I told you that you can find redemption and restore your faith from behind bars? Conversations Through The Vent: A glorious tale of redemption is a story about two inmates struggling to conquer their own demons and do the unexpected-recreate themselves. Traveling different paths, they both face treachery, lies, and backstabbing, teetering on the edge of sanity. With the true urge to change, they independently fight their battles until fate allows them to cross paths. Realizing the power of righteousness and the love of God, Christopher and Brandon join forces and support each other through the most trying times of their young lives. They champion each other through the most trying times of their lives.
“This book was a real eye-opener about the different struggles some young men go through. I know a few young men that have walked this path. I commend these young men for openly speaking about their lives and their personal journey for redemption!!! Such a great read!”- Destiny Carson
About The Author
Christopher J. Oaks is a published author, speaker, and entrepreneur. He was born in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, and spent most of his early years in Germany. Christopher enjoys reading business books, magazines, and watching Shark Tank. He is the Co-Author of Conversations Through The Vent, A Glorious Tale of Redemption. Christopher has strong family values and cherishes the moments he shares with close relatives. He has found a passion for writing and has completed 4 projects in the past 6 months. Christopher has fought hard to become a better son, father, brother, and MAN. He will release his 2nd novel entitled “A Letter to My Baby Mama” in the Winter of 2022. Pre-Orders will be open in the late Fall of 2021. “Change is instantaneous once you give it thought. The reason being is because man is as he thinketh.”
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