Walk to Beautiful: The Power of Love and a Homeless Kid Who Found the Way Mr Jimmy Wayne with Ken Abraham This is the powerful story of a little boy who lives with unimaginable neglect, abuse and hardship and is rescued as a teenager by an elderly couple who knew the transforming power of love. It is also the … Continue reading Walk to Beautiful: The Power of Love….
My favorite book this week Autistic British Detective Jonathan Roper - Going Underground book 1 - Michael Leese The chemistry between Jonathan and his mentor/partner is great and they work well together, but the others don't relate as well and that creates stress in the whole office. He is brilliant though, and solves cases others haven't … Continue reading Going Underground
I am still processing distressing thoughts and feelings triggered by some of the events of the last couple of weeks. The process is never quite as simple as I think it should be but there is progress today and I'm grateful. It seems time goes on, and then some things come to the surface, finally ready to be examined and dealt with. I've spent … Continue reading triggers
I don't feel like writing... and the reason for this is not good. A blogger I follow is going through a rough patch and it is his pain that started mine. Empathy. I sense pain in others and take it on as my own. I don't mean to, I know it's not healthy - taking another's pain … Continue reading I don’t feel like writing….
I admit; I am not a fan of boring instructional books, and I assume (mainly based on school years) that all instructional books are boring. This assumption is beginning to change. Write Well: A Grammar Guide Rachelle Rea Cobb, is definitely not boring. Her style is conversational, fun, informative, and sneaky. She has a way of crafting her explanation to demonstrate the point … Continue reading Two books to inspire the writer within