League City, Texas (PRWEB) January 20, 2012
Few situations are more stressful than divorce, especially when that divorce devolves into a bitter custody dispute. The poems found in Veronica Camille Tinto’s A Journey into Tomorrow (published by AuthorHouse) details her own challenging divorce and how she survived the experience.
Tinto was married for eight years. During her divorce, she remained a dedicated mother and continued her pursuit of a doctoral degree. Juggling motherhood, divorce and school was tremendously challenging. However during this period of tremendous hardship, Tinto rediscovered her inner voice in the form of poetry.
“I believe what sets my book apart from others like it,” Tinto says, “is the tranquility my poems provide to the reader. I use the word tranquility because in the midst of a person’s personal storm, as he or she stands in what seems as the eye of a hurricane, one will be bombarded by a storm of positive and negative emotions.”
Tinto’s passions, desires and underlying strengths are conveyed in her poetry. Her poems embraced the challenges faced in life, as well as providing inspirational food for thought.
The poems collected in A Journey into Tomorrow reiterate the importance of family, deepening friendships and individual life experiences. Tinto wants readers to understand that any heartbreak can be healed with the guidance and grace of God.
About the Author
Veronica Camille Tinto was born and raised in Trinidad and Tobago. She relocated to the U.S. to pursue her education in psychology. She is a single parent of a 5-year-old boy who she considers to be her most precious and valuable gem.
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