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Vyrastala som s čítaním všetkých kníh, ktoré sa okolo mňa vyskytovali. To bol prirodzený prvý krok môjmu písaniu. Do dnešného dňa sa vydalo jedenásť románov (na Slovensku zatiaľ vyšiel jeden – Zašepkaj jej meno a ďalší, Získaj si jej priazeň, je plánovaný na jeseň roku 2016) vrátane románu z roku 2016, A Beauty So Rare, ktorý debutoval v rebríčku CBA bestsellerov na 8. mieste a zostal tam po dobu troch mesiacov.

Moje romány sú južanskou fikciou/romancou zasadenou v Nashville po občianskej vojne. Takisto píšem historické romány z oblasti Coloráda, zasadené do divočiny a majestátnosti Veľkých Skalistých hôr, kde som žila viac ako sedemnásť rokov. Srdcom mojich románov je ženský a mužský protagonista, nachádzajúci sa v kritických medzníkoch svojich životov. Spolu s nimi, tak ako sa príbeh odvíja pri jeho písaní predo mnou, sa na neho vyberám aj ja. Sú to moje príbehy …

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So often C.S. Lewis speaks to exactly what's in my heart. Does his writing ever do that for you? My heart is heavy this morning for my sweet dad (his health is failing, he's even longing for Jesus to take him Home), and this is the "C.S. Lewis daily reading" that arrives in my inbox. So good! And such a timely reminder. Want to receive the daily C.S. Lewis updates too? The link follows this wonderful reminder that Lewis gave to a friend about death and—for those who've trusted Christ—what death really means. I hope it'll encourage you like it encourages me. I'll be sharing this with Dad today for sure.

TO MARY WILLIS SHELBURNE: On how to rehearse for death and how to diminish fear.

17 June 1963

Pain is terrible, but surely you need not have fear as well? Can you not see death as the friend and deliverer? It means stripping off that body which is tormenting you: like taking off a hair-shirt or getting out of a dungeon. What is there to be afraid of? You have long attempted (and none of us does more) a Christian life. Your sins are confessed and absolved. Has this world been so kind to you that you should leave it with regret? There are better things ahead than any we leave behind.

Remember, though we struggle against things because we are afraid of them, it is often the other way round—we get afraid because we struggle. Are you struggling, resisting? Don’t you think Our Lord says to you ‘Peace, child, peace. Relax. Let go. Underneath are the everlasting arms. Let go, I will catch you. Do you trust me so little?’

Of course, this may not be the end. Then make it a good rehearsal.

Yours (and like you a tired traveller near the journey’s end),
Jack

From The Collected Letters of C.S. Lewis, Volume III
Compiled in Yours, Jack

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