Press Release – updated: Nov 5, 2020 06:00 EST
VIRGINIA BEACH, Va., November 5, 2020 (Newswire.com) – Dr. Mary R. Collins, an art/photography educator and creator with a teaching license is in K-12 fine arts from Virginia Beach, Virginia, has completed her most recent book “Let Go: The Evolution of Charity Shawe”: an evoking book about a young girl’s moments of struggle and sickness in life.
Dr. Collins writes, “It’s not easy being eleven, especially when your life, as you know, it becomes a mystery that leads to death. My dad died of unknown reasons when I was seven years old (I thought). Since then, it has been the mom and Charity Shawe show. My mom is the best friend anyone can and should want to have. It is funny how the little joy found in life can suddenly go away with a few words or discoveries.
Receiving the news that I was going to die obviously made me cry. My mom felt sadness on top of vengeance. She takes care of me in every way you can care for someone you love. She will not tell me the full story about why I am so sick; however, I do realize that this deserted, yet oddly luxurious hospital we call home does not belong to us. Not fully desiring venture, I’m going on a journey of discovery anyway. If it is God’s will, I have to let go. The real question is what does my mom have to do before she can let go?”
Published by Fulton Books, Dr. Mary R. Collins’s book shows the power of parental love that only a faithful and caring parent can show to their offspring in times of sorrow and illness.
Witness the inspiring story of a young girl who lived a meaningful life despite the many challenges she and her loved ones faced over time.
Readers who wish to experience this emotionally driven work can purchase “Let Go: The Evolution of Charity Shawe” at bookstores everywhere or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
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Source: Fulton Books