Today I read an article asking a writer to explore what their book is about, what was going on in their life when they wrote it, and why the reader would be interested.  

I reflected on this and recognized that my book is about trusting that the universe answers when we ask.  It’s a beacon, an offering.

Request; receive.

Airing Out the Fairy Tale is about touch, touching our own knowing, our own path, and winding it in and out of the landscape we inhabit and share like thread.  

It’s a hand-held invitation to trust.  

I thought my life was calm when I wrote the book, that this calmness was an invitation to look back but I, like others, am involved in a pattern of relationships that creates waves in the flow, so it was a dance of in and out, of then and now, all wrapped together in a gift of presence, a knowing there is only “now”.  

Each moment is a request. How do I receive what comes? How do I respond in this moment and the next?

Why do I suggest you read my book?  I’ve learned empathy expands through reading.  We step into the life and experience of another, then differentiate and choose.

My intention is to wave a blanket over a fire sending smoke signals that communicate that you, too, can receive and fulfill what you desire.

I desire to inspire!

Honoring our interdependence, I understand that your change is mine! We intertwine.

Therefore, join me as we dive, rise, jump, and spread our wings in a circle of delight. It’s Spring, a time of birth and light.

4 thoughts on “Why Read My Book

  1. Thank you for taking the time to create a way for us to connect more deeply with ourselves, with you, and with life. I am excited for the book launch!

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    1. Thank you Elaine! I continue to examine for myself what this book means for me and others. I want each of us to give ourselves the opportunity to examine the “tales” we’ve been told, and consciously choose what serves us now.


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