Grand Rising to you all! It’s Friday, October 30th, 2020.
Anguished Immortals- Book Three, An Angel’s Pride and Angst is now available for download!
“Through trial and error, a shaky family life, and a major realization of his purpose, Azrael finds himself in the middle of the desert as he awaits the doors of Soul’s Dissension to come crashing down in order to save his son. During this pursuit, Azrael and his wife, Enyo, the goddess of war, discover the truth about their own origin.
Despite wrestling with fallen angels Azrael was sure he previously vanquished, and figuring out who and what Io truly is, he still prevails in his conquest-that and then some.
The supposed fallen Archangel of Death comes to terms with the illuminating truth of his existence. And once he accepts his purpose, nothing makes sense anymore.”
Anguished Immortals, Book One, Acts of the Fallen is now available in paperback. All links will be posted down below!
Stained Waltz is still available for download through Halloween. The next novel for the free download promotion will be Erin Bailey is a Time Lord, which is the novel that will be a film!
I truly hope you enjoy it!
I had a lot of work to do, but managed to finish it…as if it were nothing. So that’s great news for everyone all the way around, ha.
I will be starting a new project, rather, finishing one floating around. I haven’t decided which one yet, but I can say it will not be finished or released by the end of this year. As you well know, writing also includes book cover art work for me.
My greatest wish is that you enjoy my work recently released, despite my indecision!
It recently occurred to me that along with some other personal items…some of my art and pictures of my children were thrown out.
I laid in the bed, staring up at the ceiling, recounting how many times I had to keep forgiving this person for their childishness. I was then in a huff, rethinking ways to avoid this person.
When it occurred to me…that when they throughout all my belongings…they ended up with a life threatening colon issues around the same time.
I was also experiencing my own trials, as I had just started recovering from a mini stroke I had back in February of 2019. So, even though they couldn’t get a hold of me…they didn’t think to wonder if perhaps something was going on with me.
That’s when I let it go. I didn’t have to be vengeful or angry-karma took care of that for me.
This is for either the perpetrator or the victim-it isn’t worth it…walk away. It was as if they were trying to make me upset, throwing out special, personal items.
But they did not throw out my soul. Or the actual hard work that’s gotten my career a lot farther. Getting satisfaction from doing that was fleeting-they almost died.
Later on that same year, they began slandering my name, while making up stories, trying to make me feel a certain way. A week later, they ended up with a terrible lung infection…alongside a cough they haven’t been able to get rid of. It’s been a year.
I didn’t wish that upon them. In fact, I remove myself from situations when people try to start drama.
I’ve said all of this to say…that the veil is very thin now. Karma and blessings work much faster than they used to.
I know some of you can’t stop your terrible habits, but to those who are the victims…fallback and let karma handle. Don’t stoop so low that you end up being the person who hurt you.
Being the better person gets you so much farther than you realize. I’m only talking from experience. You can go from victim to assailant in the blink of an eye. It is not worth it.
It never will be.
You will stunt yourself and not even realize.
I know, we see these scenarios in movies…and we think it’s silly to show and tell people to not take revenge. Trust me when I say, you will waste your entire life trying to set things straight because you’re angry. Letting it go allows the Universe to step in. Especially when you’ve been wrong.
Now, I sit silently and say nothing. I know I’m not doing anything wrong…and this goes for me in so many ways.
I hope this helps someone.
As always, thanks for reading my blog! Enjoy your weekend!