Life is a fragile yet persistent miracle. No one knows this more than John Dreamer. As a cancer survivor he lives each day with the gratitude it deserves - but also a haunting debt to his amazing oncology nurse who somehow keeps him alive.
How can he ever thank her? He has no idea of the secret burden she carries. What his nurse does has not only keeps him alive but sparks a supernatural dreaming ability. Under the right conditions he can join people in their dreams and help heal their lives.
When John has a dream of his own- of a soulmate pleading with him to find her- he faces his ultimate mission, and a haunting prospect of paying back an impossible debt.
John will need to find his deepest faith, redefine the impossible, and most of all discover Fusheeswa.
John Bidwell has spent most of his life working in healthcare administration, most notably as Assistant Superintendent of The New Jersey Firemen's Home, Facility Manager of Our Lady of Sorrows Convent, and as an Office Administrator for Kessler Rehabilitation Center in NJ.
During high school John discovered he shared his grandfather Bidwell's love for writing poetry. He has written almost 500 poems including "Cosmosis" which composer Z. Randall Stroope used with permission to create his choral work "Until Then" Published by Colla Voce Music, LLC in 2016.
John had no intention of writing a novel, but in 2008 ideas of a story became impossible to resist. He included his grandfather Leonard W. Bidwell's poem, "None May Mistake" as a tribute.
In 2017 after reading Marianne Williamson's "A Return to Love" John decided to publish Fusheeswa as a return to love stories.