Everyone has some inner power that awaits discovery.
I believe that love is the choice we make to raise ourselves and others to the highest planes of existence.
So much of young adult literature has turned dark, almost pathological. It's almost as if there is a race to see who can be the most dysfunctional.
My grandfather, a devout Christian, had the gift of healing.
Raising or caring for children requires sacrifice and service, which, I believe, heals us from the destructive forces of self-centeredness.
The concept of spiritual healing was something I was raised with.
Don't try to write what other people are writing - write what is true to you.
I find myself seeking out the commonalities of our different religious experiences with hopes of encouraging, through my writings, the most hopeful, loving and redemptive qualities in all of us.
I believe that we were meant to live as social creatures, to reach out and bless each other's lives.
Iwas not a reader at all, not until I discovered 'The Hobbit.' That changed my life. It gave me the courage to read. It led me to the 'Lord of the Rings' series. And once I'd read that, I knew I could read anything because I had just read thousands of pages.
At one time in my career, Barnes and Noble bookstores categorized my books as religious fiction.
I have Tourettes syndrome.
I suppose I have an active imagination, and writing allows me to live it out.
People are looking for inspiration, and my books are sometimes the vehicles of what people are looking for.
I absolutely love playing the game 'Risk.'
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