Lost For Words: A Novel

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A.K Gonzales, also known as Trinikid, blogger and the author of The Midnight Robber returns with an achingly beautiful, wildly suspenseful second novel about a young writer seeking inspiration to accomplish the daunting task of finding the right words to finish his first book.

Ronald Baker finds himself unable to get over his unrelenting writer’s block and coffee addiction. No matter how many times he tries he is unable to finish a book but along his journey he finds inspiration from the most unlikely source; an abused 18-year-old girl named Kate Warren.

She helps him finish his book and introduces him to something that he has never experienced before but his newfound inspiration seems to have been more than he had bargained for as he finds himself in the midst of tragedy and despair which makes him wonder if finishing his first book was even worth it in the end.

Lost For Words was set both in Washington D.C and Trinidad and Tobago, taking the reader on an adventure across the world and on a roller coaster ride of emotions.

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