The rain streaming down the window pane entices her to join it in its run. Why does it have such pull on her soul? Does the rain truly have the answers to her past?
Why does no one help her find out why she can not remember who she is and where this place is that she finds herself? Who is the young female dancing in the rain, which only she can seem to see? Why is there such an allure to join her in the rain?
She is lost with only the rain consoling her soul. How can this be real? Why can’t she wake from this nightmare, back to the life she knows is hidden somewhere deep within the recesses of the ever-presence darkness at edges of this horrible world?
About Sue Raymon/Lady Laindora (Des Moines, Iowa Author)
There are many doors in one’s life that the person has the opportunity to either explore what lies behind that door or leave it closed and open another door to another adventure. I thank the Lord that He has locked many doors in my life that could have destroyed me. I can look back and see His hand protecting me and my family from my choices and the devastation it caused when He allowed me to have my own way because of stubbornness.
The newest door He has opened for me is one of being a published author. For those who think this is super easy, allow me to tell you the easy part is the rough draft. After you write the novel, then comes the nose to the grindstone of all the different parts of getting it from a rough draft to a published novel. There are rewrites, editing, proofreading, more editing, beta readers, proofreaders, more editing, cover design, bios, cover info, indie or traditional publishing, ISBN registration. Then once published, you have to market your novel with press releases, book signings, making ads that help market to the correct audience.
You also try to get reviews for the novels so your novel rises in the ranking so more people have a chance to read your work. You need a thick skin for those who do not appreciate your work and seek to tear it down with bad reviews. Authors do appreciate constructive feedback. This helps us fine tune our craft for the enjoyment of the reading audience. Being an author is not for the weak-hearted. But it is also very wonderful to be able to create worlds that the reading audience can share and enjoy. You can follow author Sue Raymond at sueraymondladylaindora.wordpress.com