I write with the hope that readers, while looking for a captivating and interesting read, a way to unwind and pass the time, will also find a novel that addresses their mind and their humanity, a book that speaks to their heart.
I write for the joy of it, but also for bringing into the light less know contemporary and historical characters. I write in an attempt to connect past and present, the readers of my books with the lesser known, yet equally mystifying and significant, aspects of our history.
We naturally seek the stories of those who lived before us, of those who went through incredible experiences, of those who loved and lost, who followed their dreams and paid dearly for it; people who have already been there, done that. It’s a natural human impulse. Go with it.
What I hope my readers will discover in my books
Realistic, relatable characters and that they will want to know what happens to them, rather than just following the plot.
A setting that will transport them to another location, another lifestyle, another time, while still enjoying the safety of their reading space.
A complex story-line, involving historical events, accurately depicted and an addictive storytelling.
That tingling feeling that keeps you turning the pages.
An image, a feeling that will stay with them long after finished my book. Readers have appreciated in my writing the occasional passages they paused upon to enjoy especially for their lyrical descriptions.
A positive feeling, hope, a smile, as my writing has been described as uplifting and heart-warming, “making the world a beautiful place”- although my stories are honest.
An addictive reading, fueled by a passion for the topic and for storytelling.
Although reality can be uncomfortable in places, books can hold a mirror to real life. But life is also filled with joyful moments, with laughter and appreciation for our blessings. I hope readers will discover both in my books, as I write poetry, children’s stories, contemporary and historical fiction.
Gifts all readers reap out of books
Reduced stress and depressive thoughts, while instilling a sense of tranquility.
An increased IQ, a wider vocabulary and an improved memory.
An increased EQ, making us more empathic.
Improved analytical thinking and a deeper knowledge of what we want.
Also, reading as a form of mental stimulation slows down dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.