40 min

Coronavirus Reflections: Bitter or Better? Larada Horn-Miller Zbooks Successful Authors Podcast

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Read, reflect and respond.  

This book invites the reader to read, reflect and respond to the global pandemic of 2020 and successive months after by author Larada Horner-Miller.  Readers are encouraged to think about how the pandemic affected them and how they adapted. The book is intended to be used as a journal, a safe keeping place to revisit 2020.  

💥. https://amzn.to/3fE64eL

Larada Horner-Miller viewed the forced shelter in place as an opportunity for spiritual discoveries and renewed spiritual growth. The book incorporates what she learned during her year of solitude, a transformative process leading her to find a reconnection with her “God.” She struggled spiritually and emotionally. Her emotions ran deep from fear, struggle, and despair going deeper into her faith, ultimately making Horner-Miller a better, not a bitter person.   

💥. https://amzn.to/3fE64eL

FORMAT OF THE BOOK: 

Themed chapters with poetry and prose add depth to the book.  The book is divided into chapters with content developed from the author's blog over the years. Each chapter begins with a carefully chosen thought provoking quote complementing the theme. 

Horner-Miller's prose and poetry are creative and soul stirring.  Both are extensions of the chapter's theme.  Many of the poems deal with the anxiety and depict the universal struggles of uncertainty during this time. 

Readers will find them inspirational and comforting.  Reflective questions at the end of each chapter encourage reader participation to share their personal thoughts and stories as well as process hidden fears and concerns during time spent in quarantine.   

Visit Larada Horner-Miller's website www.laradas.books.com  

Go here: 💥. https://amzn.to/3fE64eL to get your copy of thoughtful, stimulating treatment of the coronavirus pandemic’s effect on each of us.  

What Readers are Saying:  

★★★★★“As a COVID 19 survivor and "long-hauler" Larada's new book Coronavirus Reflections: Bitter or Better? resonated with my heart.” Kathleen  Brooks  

★★★★★“Larada has thankfully, taken the lead and come up with an excellent book for us to contemplate as we continue to face this second year of the pandemic." Amazon Customer  

★★★★★“I highly recommend this book to anyone who lived through the pandemic and that of course is all of us. In a few weeks I plan to reread it. It is a great tool for keeping things in perspective and processing the future.” Lin Miller  

★★★★★“Horner-Miller’s Coronavirus Reflections: Bitter or Better? is like an island protected from the rest of our COVID-contaminated world." M. Ryerson  

★★★★★“From the very first page Larada Horner-Miller drew me in and made me a part of her journey. The book is filled with beautiful, heart-felt reflections through prose, poetry and pictures." Mike Terrell 💥. https://amzn.to/3fE64eL

💥. https://amzn.to/3fE64eL

Read, reflect and respond.  

This book invites the reader to read, reflect and respond to the global pandemic of 2020 and successive months after by author Larada Horner-Miller.  Readers are encouraged to think about how the pandemic affected them and how they adapted. The book is intended to be used as a journal, a safe keeping place to revisit 2020.  

💥. https://amzn.to/3fE64eL

Larada Horner-Miller viewed the forced shelter in place as an opportunity for spiritual discoveries and renewed spiritual growth. The book incorporates what she learned during her year of solitude, a transformative process leading her to find a reconnection with her “God.” She struggled spiritually and emotionally. Her emotions ran deep from fear, struggle, and despair going deeper into her faith, ultimately making Horner-Miller a better, not a bitter person.   

💥. https://amzn.to/3fE64eL

FORMAT OF THE BOOK: 

Themed chapters with poetry and prose add depth to the book.  The book is divided into chapters with content developed from the author's blog over the years. Each chapter begins with a carefully chosen thought provoking quote complementing the theme. 

Horner-Miller's prose and poetry are creative and soul stirring.  Both are extensions of the chapter's theme.  Many of the poems deal with the anxiety and depict the universal struggles of uncertainty during this time. 

Readers will find them inspirational and comforting.  Reflective questions at the end of each chapter encourage reader participation to share their personal thoughts and stories as well as process hidden fears and concerns during time spent in quarantine.   

Visit Larada Horner-Miller's website www.laradas.books.com  

Go here: 💥. https://amzn.to/3fE64eL to get your copy of thoughtful, stimulating treatment of the coronavirus pandemic’s effect on each of us.  

What Readers are Saying:  

★★★★★“As a COVID 19 survivor and "long-hauler" Larada's new book Coronavirus Reflections: Bitter or Better? resonated with my heart.” Kathleen  Brooks  

★★★★★“Larada has thankfully, taken the lead and come up with an excellent book for us to contemplate as we continue to face this second year of the pandemic." Amazon Customer  

★★★★★“I highly recommend this book to anyone who lived through the pandemic and that of course is all of us. In a few weeks I plan to reread it. It is a great tool for keeping things in perspective and processing the future.” Lin Miller  

★★★★★“Horner-Miller’s Coronavirus Reflections: Bitter or Better? is like an island protected from the rest of our COVID-contaminated world." M. Ryerson  

★★★★★“From the very first page Larada Horner-Miller drew me in and made me a part of her journey. The book is filled with beautiful, heart-felt reflections through prose, poetry and pictures." Mike Terrell 💥. https://amzn.to/3fE64eL

40 min

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