An author. A typewriter. The voices in her head.
Who am I? I am the inner voice of a passionate author named Valerie King. She carries the life of more than one within herself. The voices that flow from her head to her fingertips carry infinite meaning through the eyes of many different faces from all walks of life. This is the place she allows them to speak openly.
What makes literature so hauntingly beautiful? It’s quite simple. You can relate with fiction in a non-fictional way. Their life becomes yours, and the fortitude of their existence lasts well beyond the final page of their story.
A Cradle of Hope is a work of fiction, but Reece L. Pearson is intimately real. She may be a character, but her struggles, hopes, dreams and aspirations reside in all of us in some way, shape or form.