HELLO MY LOVES!
I finally did it.
I wrote my first poetry book, and it’s coming out April 25, 2021.
As many of you have noticed, I haven’t posted on my blog for a while.
I dedicated 6 months in 2020 to work on myself, my craft, and my relationship with God. The months I spent away from social media, in complete solitude, has transformed my life in divine ways. My previous blog post, Breaking Chains: Why I left the New Age Movement., unravels the events that took place prior to my decision to go a-wall.
Long story short: I learned about this amazing guy called Jesus, and read this eye-opening book called the Bible, and everything fell into place after that.
I have tons of things to share with you guys over the next couple of months, and I’m so grateful for everyone that has been supporting me so far! I see new faces, and can’t wait to get to know more of you!!
So without further ado, here’s what you should know about my book and how to pre-order your copy today! The first 100 copies are special limited editions 😉
About The Book
I See How You’ve Kept Me is a poetic memoire of personal experiences and those of others, that tackles childhood trauma, depression, and escapism through relationships. Above all, it shows how the love of Christ transforms. After years of running from the past and using relationships to fill a void, the end shows how fulfillment is found in something that is everlasting. I pray this book moves you to seek something greater than yourself. We are designed by God and meant to live in cooperation with him. We do ourselves a big disservice when we try to do things on our own, because we aren’t meant to do so. As humans, our flesh is fragile. So fragile that it is the only part of us that dies. Our soul doesn’t. It lives on to spend eternity in heaven or hell. There is no in between. Which means how we choose to live on earth is based on a choice: to live for the flesh, or to live for the soul.
Choose the soul—something that never perishes.
Thank you all for your support thus far. I started this blog as a way to share my work and it has opened many doors for me, including a door that led to a wholesome creative community. You all made this possible.