Willette enjoys creative writing, and has promised to include God's Word in every work that she produces.
As a child, Willette wrote letters to family members that lived in other areas of the country. She was a late bloomer college student where her skills developed further, and in 2000, she devoted more time to improving her skill.
She has a Bachelor's Degree in Theology and prefers non-denominational ministry. She likes to help those in need of spiritual guidance according to the Word of God.
For relaxation and when times allows, she dabbles in the arts and crafts. Most items she makes are donated to non-profit groups that serve those in need.
These poems were written to express the plight of the homeless population in this country. The good news is that homelessness is not intended to be a permanent situation. It is a setback in life that can be temporary or permanent, and depends upon the attitude of each individual. The author spent several years of serving and interacting with persons who fell into this category of existence.
Opprobrium--the Gender Eclipse is a collection of various topics about the homosexual and transsexual way of life and how their agenda has adversely impacted not only their lives, but the lives of family, children, and the workplace. The information contained in this book proves that this lifestyle is a vehicle traveling down a dead-end road.