Sunday’s gone, it’s 2:00 a.m.
I realize I’ve missed the weekend.
Caught in a whirlwind of words and lines,
Flowing with ease that connect and bind
My heart to the story…
The story to my heart…
The most precious way for a writer to lose time.
Deborah A. Bowman
What does writing mean to you?
A daily chore, a journal of your thoughts and feelings, something new?
It doesn’t matter how the dream came to be
Or how long it’s been since you were able to see
That writing was an unfulfilled yearning.
Use it to move forward, researching and learning.
Look back at your past to discover your true purpose…
The one you thought you’d lost in forgetfulness.
Was there something you wanted to achieve?
But didn’t jot it down or ceased to believe…
In yourself and the power of your mind, your heart, your very soul.
Maybe it’s time to be driven and bold!
Put words to paper in chapter and verse.
Give as you were destined to conquer and reverse
Empty days and nights of longing to be heard
In the beauty and sanctity of your own original words.
Deborah A. Bowman–dedicated to Sharon Lee
Those of you who know me, in person and online, know that I am always working to help the new and seasoned author, business writer, and entrepreneur. I have been going through a rough patch, but have never stopped writing, advising, editing, proofreading, ghostwriting, and designing. This is my passion, and I want to share my passion and years of experience to aid writers and authors across the globe with camera-ready, professionally written and proofread books, promotional materials, websites, and anything we can create and imagine together! Rates and services are tailored to your budget and your needs with a free analysis of a sample of your project. (See my Editorial Services and “Who Am I?” Bio).
Many thanks to this unknown reader who praised my research, story, and mission concerning Annie from the mid-1600s Colonial America. The points mentioned in the review are exactly what I was trying to point out … in history, in the treatment between different ethnicities and religions, and the abuse, bullying, and demonic fear of children, mere babies, with birth defects in a land where people came to escape the tyranny of Europe. My hypothesis is that this is still going on in the world today, even in the United States of America.
Many thanks to this reader from the author … Deborah A. Bowman