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About Questing for a Dream

Abject poverty. Utter tragedy. What if the only way to find yourself is to lose who you thought you were?

Life on a reservation isn’t easy.   

Nadie is a bright young teen that scorns the ways of her Cree band.

Neglect and abuse are all too common. When tragedy strikes, tradition and ritual provide her little comfort.

Grief-stricken, Nadie sets off on a quest to the white man’s land in search of something better.

Something more. 

Instead, she finds darkness. Prejudice and discrimination.

Incarceration. 

In her search for wholeness, Nadie discovers that traditions might be more than just empty rituals.

They can be the path to healing and the journey home.

A poignant, Native American Cree saga, full of all the feels. Perfect if you love a heartfelt coming-of-age story that encourages healing from the roots up.

Read it today.

Goodreads reviews for Questing for a Dream

Reviews from Goodreads.com


Praise for Questing for a Dream

“Brilliant masterpiece”

“Easily one of the most thought-provoking and compelling reads of the year, Ms. Workman has written a masterful contemporary account of one native teen’s journey from home and the possibilities for hope even for those drowning in poverty, prejudice, and addiction … A must-read tale for any book lover!”

“P.D. Workman’s skilled narrative of Nadie and her poignant journey to wholeness is a thoughtful exposé of shattered dreams and tragic youth sure to resonate with every reader.”

“An inspiring book which can encourage the reader to face the challenges in life’s journey and to accept the lessons that come as a result.”

“An amazing book, very well written; a heartbreaking story of loss, suffering, and self-realization.”

“I enjoyed this from the bottom of my heart.”

“My hat goes off to P.D. Workman for bringing such an amazing story to the market with emotional detail and intriguing characters. I would recommend this book to absolutely anyone.”

“The author’s writing was so good. At first I thought this book would be a difficult read since I don’t normally read books with cultural substance but the way it was written in an engaging way made the experience enjoyable for me.”

“What I found absorbing, what caught me up unaware was the power of this writer to translate Native American experience without once falling into any subtle sense of stereotyping.”

“An absorbing and satisfyingly complex tale.”

“This excellent and realistically wrought story will bring you to tears.”

“It was a GREAT read! I could hardly put it down. Very insightful. Will definitely read more of PD Workman’s books.”


Endorsements

Easily one of the most thought-provoking and compelling reads of the year, Ms. Workman has written a masterful contemporary account of one native teen’s journey from home and the possibilities for hope even for those drowning in poverty, prejudice, and addiction. Examining hard concepts such as death, rape, abuse, neglect, addiction, and wounds passed down from generation to generation, this story is full of raw emotion that will bring the reader to tears, yet unable to put the smoothly-paced story down. With true-to-life characters both good and bad, Nadie is inspirational. It isn’t because she’s perfect but rather because she is far from it and somehow manages to find the courage in the end to become someone who can help bring her tribe forward. A must-read tale for any book lover!

Sarah E. Bradley, InD’tale Magazine

My hat goes off to P.D. Workman for bringing such an amazing story to the market with emotional detail and intriguing characters. I would recommend this book to absolutely anyone.​

Valicity Garris

This book is a compelling, well-written story… It fills a void in the today’s literature and creates a discourse regarding a marginalized part of the fabric of Canada. The book resonated with me as it is about being brave and knowing… what it means to be resilient. The book will appeal – and will provide insight – to a wider audience. This book is a winner because it is not a long book and it is a perfect cure for cabin fever: as an avid reader you get a sense of accomplishment when you finish a book!

Melissa Atkinson, What’s Up Yukon

The author’s writing was so good. At first I thought this book would be a difficult read since I don’t normally read books with cultural substance but the way it was written in an engaging way made the experience enjoyable for me. It was fun to read Nadie’s journey and her self-realizations. I became intimately involved and sympathetic to her as she took decisions after decisions.

Pearl

I have always wanted to learn more about the Native American culture. I think I learned a little more in this book. This book was great. This book was sad but gripping. I enjoyed the characters and the story line. I cried with these characters and smiled when they did. I think the author did a great job with this book.

Riley Amos Westbook

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