For those of you waiting for the Rose of Petrichoria Omnibus edition, it will be released digitally on June 14, 2019. Forgotten, Remembered, Dazed, and Reminded will all be in one handy (pun intended) eBook. It can be pre-ordered here.
This is a quote from Forgotten. Miriam has just noticed an unfamiliar man in her neighborhood park, watching her intently. Why?
The Talented Turtle comes out this Friday! Click the meme to pre-order the Kindle version. Print will be made available to order on release day and I will have it later this month at Just Between Friends at the Skagit County Fairground April 26-28.
What happens when Mary’s bullies are forced to work with her to not embarrass themselves and their families?
One of the major themes in The Talented Turtle is being willing to accept help and friendship when it is offered. At first, Mary is too shy to even speak to anyone, but eventually realizes that life is so much better with friends.
Even as adults, we can find ourselves trying to do everything on our own. Have you ever been having a rough go at it and someone says, “If you need anything, please let me know”? I have. How many times have you taken that person up on their offer? If you’re like me, probably not often enough.
There are many excuses for that. Maybe it was an empty gesture. You don’t want to be a burden. You need to look strong and like you have everything together. There isn’t time. It doesn’t matter what you tell yourself, there really isn’t a good reason to not accept assistance from a friend.
Put yourself in their shoes. You see a friend having a rough time and you offer to help them, but they never take you up on your offer. You stand by and watch them spiral, helpless because they won’t take your hand. It’s hard when you see someone you love suffering.
The next time you’re sick and someone offers to pick up your kid, or someone dies in the family and someone offers to cook you a meal, accept the offer. Not only will it make your life a little easier, it will give that person great joy to be able to help you in your time of need.
Star is one of Mary’s friends in The Talented Turtle. She’s a bit quirky because everything she says is in the form of a metaphor. This is one instance of her simply saying she doesn’t know something.
What’s this? New content? Squee! Today’s Meme Monday gives you a peek at The Talented Turtle, the first book in the children’s book series, Mary’s Memoirs.
Yes. I know it’s Tuesday, but I just wrote this and I HAD to share it. What’s happening here? Find out next month when Kept comes out.
Change abounds in the Faith in Concordia series. What change is it that you think Cole is talking about here?