This book evolved as I committed myself to a five-thousand-word count in my co-authored book Blinded Love. Unconsciously I poured myself into the story and when the contents reached the paper it flowed into over eighty-thousand words of past loves and the root that lies beneath my imagination. God revealed to me the inner truth and the debts of his salvation for me. I was unknowing guilty, ignorant to understanding how I contributed but God shined His light in me, and my eyes were open to My Love was Blind. As I took inventory of my past loves and myself through the eyes of maturity I realized there was much work to do on myself. Such as learning how to self-love and give me love and appreciation. Finally figured out no one can make me whole by faith and the power of my Lord and savior I was born whole the pieces had to come together.
Which five words best describe My Love is Blind?
It takes two to tangle.
What is your favorite line from your book question?
To all my first flash lovers taking pleasure in the abusive demise of breaking me down physically, emotionally, and spiritually; you have contributed to the core of my value system. I recognize who I am and to whom I belong. I was born purposely to the world, even before I knew I had the Lord’s protection.
Which of your characters do you believe are most like you and why question?
Chicago is my secret love.
What message do you hope readers will take away from your book?
I was unknowingly guilty, ignorant to understanding how I contributed but God shined His light in me, and my eyes were open to My Love was Blind.