Writing and Poetry

BitterSweet

My third book of the Heroes by Design series, Hero’s Purpose will soon be published. I am waiting for the proof copy.

It is a bittersweet moment. I have come to love my characters and it is hard to let them go but also exciting to see where my writing journey will take me next. I hope to have a poetry book published by this time next year. I feel like Sela, is in a good place and her friends and she will make a difference.

The Covid 19 pandemic has made all of us take stock. We have realized that less is more. The things we thought were so important were not so important. We can do more and live with less. Time is our most important asset and using it to bond with family. Money and status are important but not as essential as our world makes them seem.

We have have begun to clean out our unnecessary, material possessions and accumulated things that have no real value. Taken stock of our personal journey and possibly found our path to be off course.

The pandemic has been frightening, and heartbreaking for those who lost loved ones but helped others to re-evaluate their place in their journey. It is my hope that all of us find a way to use this to choose to cherish each other and our world. To get rid of ingrained prejudices and bias. To truly embrace each other and our world the way God intends.

1 thought on “BitterSweet”

  1. Congratulations on completing the three-book series. I’m looking forward to see Hero’s Purpose in print.
    Now, tell me, what are you doing with all those things you are getting rid of that are too good to throw away? I have a couple of hundred books that need to go, but I don’t think anyone is taking donations now.

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