Seasons come. And seasons go. The old saying is very much true, and aren’t we glad of that fact when the seasons are rough ones? After a while away from writing, I am finding my way back. The creative juices have finally begun to flow again, and Niagra Falls has met its match. {laughs} We all face seasons in life, and I am glad the seasons taking me away from my exploration of writing are beginning to be fully behind me.

The children’s book is written and awaiting illustrations before being uploaded to Amazon for printing. After rave reviews from the beta readers, and minor changes from the editing friend, the story itself is complete and ready to go. The illustrations and cover design are now in the process of being worked up so they can be added to the story.

The story follows a six year old boy through a fun filled journey to learn the ten plagues of the Bible. Jeremy Jenkins learns one Sunday that he can earn his very first badge if he can learn and recite, IN ORDER, the ten plagues. With some help from his parents and other family members, Jeremy learns an “out of the box” way to remember the order of the plagues.

With that book almost ready to be published, there are more just begging to be put to paper. The one currently being worked on is a book for Moms, written by Moms. After an incident with my own child, I needed a place to vent and express my hurts about how others treat certain children. As my words spilled out onto the paper at lightning speed, I realized there were tons of other Moms who have had the same experience, if not worse, and that they would appreciate a place to get their story out as well. Who better to write a book of struggle, learning, and healing for Moms than Moms themselves?

For the new book, I need stories. So watch in the next day or so for a way to get your story told in a compilation book. The amount of interest in just a short synopsis of this book to professional writers and editors has shown there is a need for this book to be written. So, for now, I must leave you and dive back into writing.


Enjoying the journey,

Mit Maras

© Mit Maras 2014