Nothing is Predictable by Adalina Mae

Zara is eight years old, her father, in a drunken rampage, accidentally shoots himself dead. 

Her childhood memories leave her struggling with romantic attachments and hinder her from developing healthy relationships.

Seeking answers, She meets a monk for wisdom, and a gypsy for insight.

The journeys Adalina Mae takes us on are interspersed with heartbreaking moments as well as hilarious escapades.

 This is life and nothing is predictable. The story keeps you on your toes and offers mysteries to solve:

Why does Zara have recurrent nightmares of her last night with her father?

Why does she struggle with love?

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Adalina is the author of Nothing Is Predictable and Nothing Can Last Forever.
After leaving the corporate world of management, she decided to pursue her lifelong passion to write.
She is also a lover of movies and hopes that her novels become a motion picture.

She wrote Nothing Is Predictable to inspire optimism and positive thoughts, reminding people they are strong and can overcome life’s challenges. Particularly those who suffered childhood trauma like she did.
She is determined to spread the message of forgiveness and the importance of letting go of our burdens that set us back in life.

She knows many of us have experienced heartbreaking moments that stamp an ugly footprint in our lives. Just remember, in 100 years, all our problems with be solved. Lol.

So! As the wise monk said to Zara in Nothing Is Predictable: ​

“Drop it like you drop a sack of potato. Let it go”.

That’s right ! Because, my life’s incidents have taught me, that Nothing Is Predictable and Nothing Can Last Forever.
Love and Light and Peace.
Adalina xx.

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