Marriage Isn't All 'Happily Ever After'!

What if fairy tales were wrong to suggest that two people can fall in love and live "happily ever after?" Willie Moore Jr. wants to help couples change that narrative and their expectations with his new book, Happily After All: How to Keep Your Relationship Going When You Are Tired of Trying, by encouraging people to fight for healthy relationships.

In Happily After All, the 38-year-old syndicated gospel music radio host of "The Willie Moore Jr. Show," television personality on "Joyful Noise," and comedian and minister isn't afraid to pull back the curtains of his 11-year marriage by outlining some of the mistakes he and his wife, Patricia, have overcome.

In a conversation with The Christian Post, the budding author revealed why he and his wife decided to help change the perception that people have about love and marriage.