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Originally from the Midwest now residing in Los Angeles, California. Everything in this book is based on true events that either happened in my life or someone I once cared for. This all started with a dream I had back in 1989. I woke up & wrote it down. Not realizing what it would become if anything. I've been writing ever since to get things out of my head. I had no intention of sharing any of this. I started doing spoken word & surprisingly I got a good response from people. All of us have lost something or someone we loved… if not, keep living you will.
Looking back I was often in a dark place, but I now see that it all had a higher purpose. I don't confess to have any idea of what God is planning on doing with me or this book. My intent is to reach out to people who are hurting & can't see it getting any better. Or the person who has been going through tough times & it's been longer than their friends think it should last and decided you aren't worth the effort any longer. Look up & see God is looking out for you & His time isn't ours. Even if you don't believe in Him, He still believes in you. I've overcome a lot and I often times forget just how far I've come. I still catch myself focusing on what I don't have or want instead of all I do have & the many blessings that happen every day. We just need to open our eyes to see them.
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