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About D. Davidson
D. Davidson was born in New Jersey. In his early years, he grew up in Sunnyside, Queens, N.Y., and attended P.S. 150. Dan moved to Long Island in 1955 (the year the Brooklyn Dodgers finally won a World Series). He enjoyed his teenage years growing up in the small town of Farmingville. After graduation from high school, at age 17, Dan enlisted in the United States Air Force. He met his co-author, R. Marcano, while stationed in South Korea in 1963. After returning home, their lives moved in different directions. By chance, they found each other again via the Internet and met in Las Vegas in the summer of 2012. After going down memory lane, they decided to write the book "Butterfly Wish." Although it's a work of fiction, it's based loosely on some incidents they encountered or heard about while serving in South Korea. They pull no punches in telling the story. It is brutally honest but not intended to be offensive to anyone. D. Davidson has been writing stories for years as screenplays "a tough industry to crack." He decided to turn some of his scripts into novels. He and his co-author write primarily historical fiction because they both believe, understanding history makes us all wiser and better human beings. The second novel, 'Twice Upon a Time" is a paranormal narrative about time travel and going back to the past. Their newest book, Soul of Jubie Walker, has just been released. It is a Paranormal/Reincarnation story, and several more historical novels are on the horizon. They look forward to sharing many other great stories with you. Presently D. Davidson resides in Queen Creek, Arizona, with his wife of fifty-four years, Kathy. The couple has three sons, eight grandchildren, and two great-grandsons. You can visit www.aragonstories.com for more upcoming book information.
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Though he fights to stay awake, Jubie finds himself nearly nightly in a place filled with shadows and unexplained wonders. It's somehow 1942, and American soldiers are fighting the Japanese in World War II. Someone, or something, has attached itself to the very soul of Jubie Walker.
While Jubie struggles with the haunting of the soldier's ghost, he must ask himself: Is there such thing as transferal of a soul? Perhaps life is a never-ending saga with one soul and many bodies, bringing repressed memories to the surface when déjà vu comes around.
One thing is certain. The soldier—and Jubie himself—will seek eternal peace until it is found.
More than fifty years ago, unusual circumstances forced high school sweethearts James Barlow and Julie Scott to part ways. James left town and married, while Julie stayed local and wed a homegrown boy. Now, both are widowed, and when a near-death experience provides him with a way to make amends, James jumps at the chance to return to 1960 and start his life with Julie over again.
But what first appears to be a successful journey to the past quickly turns into something more dangerous. Their quest to start their lives over gives way to a cataclysmic event—with shocking consequences.