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ISBN: 978-0-578-13900-5-90000

By Keoni Kenai

Keoni Kenai resides in St. Louis, Missouri. He is also the author of Labeled. Keoni is an avid reader and a physical fitness "nut" the way he puts it. His passion is reading, writing, and spending time with family and friends.


On Getting Better at This Thing Called Being Human


Craig Jamison and Armari Arnold have been in a relationship for over 5 years. It is a love considered to be taboo by the world’s standards and one that goes far beyond God’s permanence of what a true relationship should be between a man and a woman. Yet, the world and people are ever evolving toward newfound paradigms of what love really means regardless of gender. We are in a time where the “new normal” is a far cry from the values and norms to what we are taught to believe in. Our world is ever-changing. So too are the ways in which we view and accept new paradigms on relationships whether straight or gay.
The gay and lesbian world is anxiously waiting for writers to tell their stories whereby levels of understanding as well as self-acceptance helps to heighten feelings of substance and the retreat of indignity. Triumphant is a leisurely, unconventional novel about self-identity, acceptance, and self-peace. The main character faces struggles with his sexuality and atypical relationships that disrupts the common values of tradition. Craig Jamison struggles to protect his image and the perception others will have on his lifestyle. He is at times confused, ambiguous, and abash about his sexuality. This story enlightens readers to the challenges the protagonist faces with acceptance from others.
Triumphant attempts to breakdown stereotypical images within the gay community by introducing prominent and successful characters of substance. They are doctors, lawyers, and important business men and women within our society. In this compelling story Craig and Armari reveal the joys and pains of being in a committed relationship while struggling with self identity, confidence, and levels of insecurities. We follow Craig and Armari’s relationship and what it takes to finally feel assured in this thing called being human.

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