Whispers In The Wild

This one-month devotional, inspired by the author's love for the iconic Kruger National Park, is a refreshing journey of faith, humour and authenticity. It marks the author's reawakening after a decade-long writer's block, and documents beautiful inspirations, lessons and challenges from the wild. A treasure for both lovers of nature and animals. It has beautiful photos and a journal element too. More

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About Letitia Matthews II

Letitia cannot recall a time when words weren’t her friends and she wrote her first real story before she was ten years old. Later, her studies honed her skills, but life honed her heart. Through the death of her father and later, her first husband Eric, Letitia’s journey brought her pain she thought would never yield anything good. The decade long writer’s block following her husband’s death was defined by the blessing of finding new love, and the challenge of fighting Malignant Melanoma. Today, Letitia and her husband Peter, live in her favourite place on the banks of the Kruger National Park. In this little piece of paradise, Letitia has fulfilled her dream of writing full-time.

Letitia has been in business for more than half her adult life, and uses that experience and passion to create written content, web sites and graphic design products to help her clients promote their businesses. She is also a blogger - her blog, www.zebraonmystoep.co.za, chronicles the joys of the simple life, while www.wordscount.co.za is aimed at helping her clients and fellow creatives to ‘put the magic in their messages’.

Letitia loves nature and animals, and she enjoys photography and paper crafts. Letitia’s deepest desire is that her work will encourage her readers and honour her creator. She believes that God desires an intimate friendship with everyone, and hopes her writing will encourage her readers to accept God’s ‘friend requests’. You can email her: letitia@letitiamatthews.co.za

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