intuitive themes? Of course they do. Because there's a little bit of me in every book I write. Not only have I raised four kids, I've also been a teacher for many years, so I just can't stop myself!
In my six Reyes Family Romances, I often deal with family themes, and the ramifications of the actions we take, on the ones we love--or at least are related to. There's a scene at the end of Love Therapy that has a man on his deathbed, trying to make amends to his three children that he ignored their whole lives, especially after he divorced their mother to go chasing after ever-younger women. That scene is so intense that a loyal reader told me she cried while she read it. I'm not surprised. I cried while I wrote it! We all need to make sure the ones we love know how we feel. while they're still alive to enjoy hearing those words. And forgiveness isn't something you do for the other person--it's something you do for yourself, so you can let your grudge go, freeing you from having to carry it inside of you.
What do the other authors on this blog hop think of this topic? Read on--
I know I will!
Connie Vines http://mizging.blogspot.com/
Judith Copek http://lynx-sis.blogspot.com/
Diane Bator http://dbator.blogspot.ca/
Skye Taylor http://www.skye-writer.com/blogging_by_the_sea
Dr. Bob Rich https://wp.me/p3Xihq-22c
Anne Stenhouse http://annestenhousenovelist.wordpress.com/
Victoria Chatham http://www.victoriachatham.com
Helena Fairfax http://www.helenafairfax.com/blog
Rhobin L Courtright http://www.rhobincourtright.com