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Through Auroras Eyes

Updated on May 17, 2011

"How do you move on from pain, when the past is still the present?"

We all go through our own challenges in life, and we are all are on a different journey. Not to mention our likes and dislikes. However, regardless of who we are and where we are on our life cycle, we all have two things in common: Bettering our Life and Love.

When I say bettering our life, I mean that we are all trying to grow in life. What are definition about that growth will be different, nevertheless, we aspire to make a better difference.

Whether we want to go back to school, get a better job, start a new career, or get married, the main ingredient is growth. We all want to grow. Without growth, we might as well be nonexistent, and without growth, I believe unhappiness easily sneaks in.

As far as love, who doesn’t want or need it? We all want to love and be love. Love makes us feel good, whether we are giving it or receiving it.

With all that said, I wanted to introduce my ebook “Through Aurora’s Eyes.” This book deals with this very topic of growth and love.

"How do you move on from pain, when the past is still the present?"

The character in the story is dealing with pain from her childhood. However, the pain has existed throughout her adulthood and she just can’t let it go it. How do we live in the present when our mind is constantly focused on the past? This can result in pain for sure.


Book Description

Here is a description of the story:

Aurora Howard, an elementary school teacher, has lived most of her life searching for happiness through men. She feels as though her life has never been the same since her father left when she was young.

As Aurora deals with one complication after another, she finally hits rock bottom. In her attempts to make some sense of her life, she meets someone that changes her outlook, but it doesn't take long before she's faced with the choice of falling back into her old ways. Will Aurora let go of her hurts, or will she continue to hold onto the past? A past that might just cost her, her life.

“Through Aurora Eyes” was released May 2011. It is available on Amazon Kindle and Barnes & Noble Nook. Click here for details: Through Aurora’s Eyes - Nook and Through Aurora’s Eyes - Kindle.


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    • tinisha12 profile imageAUTHOR

      tinisha12 

      7 years ago from Denver, Colorado

      Thank you Susan.

    • Susan D Tyndall profile image

      Dianne Tyndall 

      7 years ago from Sanderson, Texas

      Voted Up and Useful I like it, sounds like a good read!

    • tinisha12 profile imageAUTHOR

      tinisha12 

      7 years ago from Denver, Colorado

      Thank you Phoebe :)

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      Phoebe Pike 

      7 years ago

      Now I really want to read that book. :)

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