A few weeks ago I sent out advanced readers copies of my book "Voices from the Rainbow" to five people asking them to read it and if they liked it to please write a blurb for the back of my book. I was nervous and scared waiting for a response...would they like it? No one other than my editor had read my book in finished form. I got the first blurb yesterday and it was glowing and it brought me to tears.
I have a post office box and since I am the publisher I have a DBA ; Mother Warrior Press.
I little my editing then as soon as the blurbs get back I am ready to go...Voices from the Rainbow.
Yesterday I received my readers copy of "Voices from the Rainbow" now I just need to read my book through and correct any mistakes....Wow it is getting there! Also send it off to a few people for some blurbs for the back cover.
It has taken almost four years but "Voices from the Rainbow" is almost complete. The formatting and cover will be completed the end of the month. I am so happy to be able to share the stories of the wonderful LGBTQ people I have met. They have enriched my life and filled my heart. If you would like to be added to my mailing list for the release date please use my contact form and let me know.
The final editing is complete, my book title is "Voices from the Rainbow - Momma Traci". Next step is book cover and formatting. It is beginning to be a reality
Sometimes we have to ask for forgiveness from someone we have wronged without giving an excuse why we did what we did. When we give an excuse it wipes out asking for forgiveness. They may have wronged us also but in order to go forward in our lives we need to take this step and put the past behind us and go forward with an open non-judgmental future. Love,
When you are in the grasp of a bully, you may not recognize what is happening. As the bully takes hold of their victim, the victim becomes weaker and the bully becomes stronger. It is as though you fade away. The frirst step is recognizing that there is nothing wrong with you and you shouldn't feel ashamed to ask for help. With help from others you can begin to take back your power.
My gay son and I were watching the movie “Bent” sitting side by side holding hands as tears ran down our faces. We watched these men in love, not being able to love freely—and my eyes were opened. My life had been so consumed with worry about my son, and I had never understood his need to love and be loved, freely. I finally understood.
“Being a transgender is like being trapped in the wrong body. Just imagine waking up one morning and there you are finding yourself in the wrong body, the wrong gender.” Sitting there that day as I listened to Rev David Weekly tell me his story I could almost see him as a kindergartener on the school bus required to wear a dress and crawling under the seats through all the kids legs and feet because wearing a dress seemed to him as wrong.
"I never made it easy for people to define my sexuality, which made it challenging for others to relate to and accept me.
I believe human sexuality is on a sliding scale; some are more one way than the other." From my book Dear Traci - Unspoken Words