Pred•a• tor noun \pre-de-ter\ •a person who looks for other people in order to use, control, exploit or harm them in some way.
When I think of a predator the first image that comes to mind is the adorable Dilophosaurus in Jurassic Park. How sweet it looked as it established eye contact with Dennis Nedry (Newman). The cooing was so disarming. He had no idea he was dealing with a clever hunter until it unfurled its collar, spit its venom, and went in for the kill. Continue reading “My Perception Is My Reality”
Looking for contemporary fiction with quirky characters and a sense of humor? Trying to find stories you can relate to? Want to to read about lovably flawed characters with a purpose? Maia Sepp’s books are delightful and fresh reads, heartwarming stories about people entangled in dilemmas that will turn their whole world upside down. Relatable and spunky, Maia’s characters are just like you – but facing a crisis that will change them forever.
Lucy Tuttle is a workaholic financial planner whose biggest worry is how to line up the sticky notes on her desk just so, until her free-spirited, vivacious aunt dies in a car accident halfway across the world.
As she works through her grief and tries to find somewhere to belong, Lucy begins to understand there’s one thing harder than living up to other people’s expectations; facing your own.
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