Carol Moye is a recently retired public school teacher, ending her career teaching English. Although she loved inspiring teenagers to create poetry, photography and music, she is delighted to have time to write.
Where did you grow up, and how did this influence your writing?
I grew up in Pittsburgh, PA, in a Christian home. My mother did Bible studies with us sometimes, and made us memorize scriptures.
When did you first start writing?
That's hard to say. I know I wrote a lot in high school, more poetry than anything else. I don't remember writing much before then. I wrote a bit when my kids were growing up, but mostly journaled until about 5 years ago when I seriously started writing again as time and energy permitted. Throughout my teaching career I taught others how to write. I retired early in 2013. Since then, I have been writing a lot.
This is a highly inspirational book. Mr. Wright shares his wisdom and reflections in much the same way that David did in the biblical Psalms. Most of the poems come with an encouraging foreword, most with related scriptures. I really enjoyed reading this book.
Delightful book. These poems are well written and very inspirational. Not being Catholic, I appreciated the universal way there were written calling all readers to a let their light shine and share their faith with those who are most in need.
This book is about a man who truly is a seeker. He spends the book in search of who he is in terms of his relationship with God, exploring old relationships and their impact on his faith journey. The writer does a good job of developing the man character, Michael, and taking us along through is journey. Anne Brooke makes a rather surprising bold move that makes even the reader begin to question their beliefs. This is not the sort of book that holds you in suspense, but is a quiet, slow journey through one person's faith journey.
(review of free book)