EXPANDED AND REVISED, 2017 Some stories are special only to the person who owns them. Others, so moving they need to be shared. The 'tales' in this Sapphire Collection shout out: pass me along, tell me to your family and friends. Read Ashley Holland's story My Special Boy, Obi, about her memories of a dog who gave so much of himself during his ten years of life to help motEXPANDED AND REVISED, 2017 Some stories are special only to the person who owns them. Others, so moving they need to be shared. The 'tales' in this Sapphire Collection shout out: pass me along, tell me to your family and friends. Read Ashley Holland's story My Special Boy, Obi, about her memories of a dog who gave so much of himself during his ten years of life to help motivate the special needs children in her class. Read Sharon S. Johnson's story, God Must Have Wanted Me to Smile of how the repeated appearance of a red cardinal outside her window on the first anniversary of her brother's death, felt heaven sent to bring her a message of comfort and hope. Read Rod DiGruttolo's story, Pappy and the Bandleader to learn how as a long boy he plotted a surprise for his Pappy that the man savored for the rest of his life. These authors, all winners of a Tales2Inspire annual writer's contest, understand the power of stories, and have crafted these and the many more you are about to read with meticulous care. We hope they will echo in your mind long after you reach the last page of this book....
|Title||:||Tales2Inspire - The Sapphire Collection: Echoes in the Mind|
|Number of Pages||:||112 Pages|
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Tales2Inspire - The Sapphire Collection: Echoes in the Mind Reviews
Fourteen different stories, an eclectic mix of authors, one unifying theme: to inspire and motivate.That’s the essence of Tales2Inspire: The Sapphire Collection, compiled by editor Lois W. Stern. Whether addressing the importance of overcoming grief, the need for perseverance in the face of adversity, or the power of positive thinking, The Sapphire Collection can connect with readers from all backgrounds and experiences. Regardless of our geographical locations, philosophical differences, or personal faith (or lack thereof), we’re all familiar with the everyday challenges that threaten to eliminate any sense of hope or peace we dare to embrace. Through The Sapphire Collection, Stern and her assembled authors help restore the hope that not all is doomed, as well as preserve the peace we each need to accompany us on our sojourns through life. A highly recommended read.Monique FranklinApex Reviews