"What's in a name? That which we call a rose
By any other name would smell as sweet."
William Shakespeare

Okay—let me say right off the bat that I am no way comparing my novella with the great William Shakespeare’s work.  This literary genius is best known for the mega-classics, Romeo and Juliet and A Midsummer’s Night’s Dream, and that’s just to name a few.  Shakespeare’s work is stratospheric.  No one to this date will ever remotely come close.  We can only follow his vision to write such poetic beauty in each word, creating characters that impacts an audience, and leaving a lasting imprint for generations. So in other words, there can only be one “William Shakespeare”.  For me, all I want is to make my mark.

Now that I got that out of the way, here’s the real reason for this post.

As you notice, there are five roses on my book cover.  And why is that?  Simple—each rose represents each main character.  It means they have their own storms.  These stems are strong and blossomed with full of life.  Their discoveries may be small, but huge for a lifetime of lessons.  In fact, it doesn’t matter the size as long as redemption is within light.

So what about the sixth rose—who’s wilting?  Find out in the short story collection, UNTIMELY REVELATIONS. The answer may surprise you.

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