Author Jeri Glatter has shared with the reader the outcome of her personal journey of self discovery and healing.
Alpine, NJ (PRWEB) September 15, 2011
In the new release Lessons from the Trumpet Vine, author Jeri Glatter draws upon her personal experiences to create the uniquely nurturing voices of a spiritual presence she refers to as the elders. Delivering messages of hope and answering questions that arise during life’s interpersonal explorations, the collective voice of the elders emerges as a charming, unassuming font of safety and love. And through the poignancy of their lessons, the elders reach out to all readers drawn to inspirational prose, but notably to those in search of insight.
“These lessons are meant to ebb and flow throughout your lifetime, to be called upon when needed," Glatter writes. "Let them become your first breath when you awaken and what you exhale as you close your eyes to rest. A well-lived life is one that requires self-observation on a daily basis. Using self-honesty and a willingness to continually grow, these lessons are a means to do that, as they are to be revisited again and again.”
The illustrations included in the volume are photographs of original oil-on-canvas paintings created by the author. Combining the universal truths inside the elders’ messages with the energy, vibrancy, and intrinsic melodies of the 12 paintings, Lessons from the Trumpet Vine offers a rare reading and visual experience to everyone looking for something different but especially for those who seek insight through a unique approach.
About the Author
A self-taught painter who honed her writing craft from an early age, author Jeri Glatter has shared with the reader the outcome of her personal journey of self discovery and healing. Through unique symbolism, she addresses the many questions and challenges of introspection required for becoming a whole person, from whatever challenges have been presented to their varied lives.
ISBN: 978-145750-239-2, Trade Paper, 92 pages, Dog Ear Publishing
ISBN: 978-145750-559-1, Hardcover, 92 pages, Dog Ear Publishing
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