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About RivkaPeary

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  1. Ahila, Thank you for your well wishes. I am feeling better today. I appreciate your honesty that meeting in person is not feasible for you at this time. I wish you all the best in your writing adventures.
  2. Hello Ahila, I wasn't feeling well late last week, so I wasn't able to respond to your question until today. By "meet up" I mean meet in person. So depending on who is interested in meeting up, we would meet in a public location that is central for all interested persons. I do not know what that would be specifically, but I would consider a coffee shop, library meeting room, outdoor park, art museum, or some other such public location to be good for meeting, getting to know each other and discussing our writing projects.
  3. Hi Ahila, I'm encouraged to hear that you're interested and glad you asked for more insight and clarification. I am looking to meet up with other writers, get to know each other and offer support to one another as writers. The support could include encouragement, feedback when requested, constructive critiques when requested, and collaboration. In general, a place to share our writing in whatever style it may be (poetry, fiction, non-fiction, etc.) and get comfortable with what it looks and feels like to share this with others.
  4. Lynnmosher - your pranks are awesome! Dare I even say, "Inspired!?!"
  5. Many years ago, I super-glued loose change to the pavement outside the front door at the gas station where I worked. I strategically placed the variety of coins on the concrete so that the change looked "natural," like it had just fallen out of someone's pocket. EVERYONE tried to pick it up. Some people even kicked at it when they realized they couldn't just pick it up with their fingers. The next day one of my colleagues took a flathead screwdriver and hammer to chisel the change off the pavement, which was enough for him to buy a soda! I still giggle when I recall that prank!!
  6. Hello, I'm looking to build community with other Christian writers in the SoCal area. Let me know if you're interested by dropping me a message on my website's 'Connect' page. Here's the link: https://www.rebeccaanneperry.com/contact Cheers!
  7. Hello Michael82 - I'm interested in learning more about the opportunity. How can I reach you? If you'd like to email me, you can do so on my website on the 'Connect' page at this link: https://www.rebeccaanneperry.com/contact
  8. Did not know about Barnes and Noble Press! Good to know as I launch into prepping a new book for publishing! Thanks, Accord 64.
  9. Hey yall, I wanted to share with you that I published my first book of poetry recently. It's intense and poignant poetry written in the middle of my process of recovering from difficult childhood trauma. It's the hills and the valleys on the journey to freedom and restoration. My purpose in writing this book is to let others know that they are not alone in their struggle, that God can heal anyone of anything and that it's worth the fight, the pain and tears to keep pushing through the mess and into freedom. You can learn more about 'onions' and my story here: https://www.rebeccaanneperry.com/ Thanks yall!
  10. This is a link to my website and blog. Check it out and let me know what you think. You're welcome to sign up for my monthly newsletter to stay up-to-date on blog posts, upcoming projects, poetry readings and newly released books.
  11. RivkaPeary


    Murwyn, when I read your poem, I feel the deep longing in the Lord's heart for you, to hear your voice and to spend time with you. His love is strong. That is so beautiful.
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    A lovely expression of faith, Malita.
  13. Christine, your poem is beautiful.
  14. Thank you, Murwyn for your kind and encouraging feedback. :)
  15. Hello fellow poets and poetry aficionados I recently went to get my phone upgraded at a local cell phone shop. I brought a few books to read while I was waiting for a salesperson to become available to help me. When the wait was over and I was being helped by salesman that I think missed his calling as a surfer dude, he commented that I was quite an anomaly since I brought in an actual hardcopy book to read in a cell phone store. He said that everyone else had their face in their phones while they waited. I went home after the sale and pondered what it means to be an anomaly, which I considered to be a compliment. Here are my thoughts in poetry on being an anomaly: Anomaly What does it mean To be an anomaly What does it mean To color outside majority To outlie definity What does it mean To wait expectant For drifting inspiration Floating along on the breeze What does it mean To cast off into a storm To hear and fear the warnings But to leap out anyway Holding nothing only hope and faith What does it mean To live so long to get so familiar with the waves Their tossing churning crashing breaking That the storm becomes its own kind of peace What does it mean To know what cannot break you To stand on the tangible unseen What does it mean To believe
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