I’m a big fan of For Better Or Worse comic strip. This week the story has been about a man finishing his manuscript. He typed THE END and thought he smelled smoke in his house. He got his family out and went back inside because he couldn’t leave his manuscript.
Eighteen authors tell how they met their sweethearts. If you are a romantic at heart you will enjoy reading these stories. Sharing how they met his or her soulmate is an inspiration to all of us who have loved and lost, and who has been hurt badly by someone that you loved in the past.
Reading their stories, lets the reader know that with patient, time and the willingness to take that chance on true love, and above all that the love, faith, and belief in GOD, all things are possible and we all can find the love of a good man or woman. We just have to be patient and trust in GOD and what we feel in our hearts.
I really enjoyed reading How I Met My Sweetheart and especially your story. I am glad that you made the right decision for you. I just can't imagine how hard it was to break off an engagement without hurting someone's feelings.
See Ya On The Net: Please give the readers a brief bio on you the person and the writer.
Brenda Jenkins: Brenda is a national motivational speaker that gets right to the heart of the issue. She is the mother to four adult children and the proud grandmother to twelve grandchildren. She loves people. Brenda is very transparent and has no problem sharing her victories overcoming rough times in her life. She has the ability to see the expected outcome of tasks and works to put plans in place to reach that end.
Brenda is well verse in problem solving, organizational, and interpersonal tasks. As CEO of ARIEL Connections her passion is “Providing Relationship Solutions to Organizations that Value People”.
She is a volunteer instructor for Detroit Parent Network. She currently teaches the Facilitator/Speaker class for Parents.
See Ya On The Net: Tell us about your current book?
JENKINS: "He is Not Left Behind... He is with Me! Preparing for Legacy was written to encourage society that our children can not be left behind as long as we do the best we can to protect, teach, role model and love them.
See Ya On The Net: What would you like your readers to take away from your book?
JENKINS: Each of us do the best we can and share our skills with our younger generation. To continue learning, stay healthy, and have good relationships with all people.
See Ya On The Net: What advice would you offer on learning the craft of writing?
JENKINS: First just write. Revisit for purpose. Then outline with focus on purpose. Review and get feedback from others.
See Ya On The Net: What’s something you wish you’d known earlier that might have saved you some time/frustration in the publishing business?
JENKINS: That it is possible to become published.
See Ya On The Net: What one thing about writing do you wish other non-writers would understand?
JENKINS: Great for exploring ideas.
See Ya On The Net: What do you do to make time for yourself?
JENKINS: Use to do list that is updated daily.
See Ya On The Net: What was the last book to keep you up at night reading it?
JENKINS: "Gifted Hands" by Dr. Ben Carson
See Ya On The Net: What resources do you use on the net?
JENKINS: US Government sites (Federal, State and Local) School Districts Yahoo Free Library
See Ya On The Net: How can readers get in contact with you? (mail, email, website)
JENKINS: US Mail: ARIEL Connections P.O. Box 22 Royal Oak, MI 48068-0022
Never Ceese takes religious fantasy to a new level, bringing an entirely new Light to a very dark side of fiction, doing a very admirable job to prove that vampire/werewolf fantasy does not have to be evil to be enjoyed.
The story starts with the classic tale of an English manor owned by Richard, the vampire who righteously is the bain of his neighbor's existence, what with the missing goats and all!
Then enters Cecelia, better known as Ceese, the young werewolf maiden who's arrived via invitation by Richard's aging companion, Penelope.
Ceese and Richard would prefer to tear each other apart, literally, but they are drawn together by their mutual love for Penelope. She is dying and has one request...that the two of them love one another.
This is the overall theme throughout Dent's interesting tale of two who were wronged but learn to work together. Meanwhile they are threatened by an evil stem cell researcher who wants the immortality and power that he thinks their blood will bring him!
Dent's characters do differ from the stock one's we're all accustomed to in a very important way. They are not mindless, brutal killers. Bloodthirsty, yes, but they are constantly resisting the urge to kill, and, thus, curse another human. Feeding on rodents, goats, virtually any warm-blooded animal helps to satiate the never ending thirst for blood, but how long will they be able to resist that most delicious morsel man?
There is a chance that their curses can actually be lifted if they can find the strength within to resist their selfish natures and act selflessly toward another. Will they succeed? That same basic choice lies before us all every day...
A vampire and a werewolf, one determined to, once again, be able to acknowledge what will get her to heaven, the other no so sure he can. A spiritual fantasy designed to spark the imagination, to speak to the heart as well as entertain.