Spiritshine - the verses

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Art saves lives! If you are creative and struck by any challenge in life, emotional, mental or physical, creativity may well be the anchor that carries you through it. It was for Janni Styles in this wee collection of verse that saved her life. More
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About J.T. (Janni) Styles

J.T. Styles was born in Ontario, Canada, to creative Canadian parents, and began writing in first grade after she enthusiastically told the teacher, "I want to make books when I grow up!" Vancouver,Canada, is her home where she has worked in childcare for pre-schoolers,later co-establishing provincial programs to improve the quality of family daycare. She has also worked in the Justice System with victims of domestic violence.

A winner of literary awards for fiction and poetry, Janni won First Place in the SIWC (Surrey International Writer's Conference) for a short story called "Blue Shadows." The year prior her story, "The Musical Messenger" also placed. In 2011 writing became purely therapeutic, a means of coping with multiple losses and trauma that produced the 2013 book of poems,"Spiritshine." 2014 saw her first collection of stories released in the book, "One More Chance."

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Reviews

Review by: Arlene Nassey on Feb. 20, 2015 :
Refreshing variety and depth in her work.
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Review by: Brenda Perlin on Sep. 20, 2014 :
"Safety love kindness untold measures
Two friends veined likewise branching treasures
One falls the other stays
~Friendship

Love lives in Aurora Morelist's Spiritshine. She writes from the depth of her soul. Her poetry is honest and open as her raw talent speaks through her words. There is beauty in her language that couldn't possibly be duplicated in any way, shape or form. She writes with her heart on her sleeve and pulls you in. There is pain and sorrow in her prose but at the same time there is acceptance and optimism. The hope has not died and the yearning for something better is present in her work. With the pain there is sunshine. There is a longing for something better. An understanding that there is good to come.

Spiritshine

"There is a place where I know who I am and why the world is the way it is and what my purpose here is.
There is a place where I doubt this almost daily. And yet, I know.
I believe we all have this place inside us, deep within the layers of our human spirit soulfulness where love lives.
I believe we all doubt ourselves in some small way.
And yet, we grow."
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