Friday, February 24, 2017

Sunday, February 19, 2017

Inspirational life quotes 

These are some inspirationa/motivational life quotes I wrote. Hope you like them.

Take care, Tere

Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Love is just that way...

... cheerful
Just that's worthy!

Your place in...


Thursday, February 9, 2017

Smile with your heart
Laugh with your face
Sing while you walk
Spark with your eyes
Dance while you hum
Caress with your voice
Think with your senses
Imagine while you play
Kiss with your kindness
Feel while you think
Live with your life
Love with your soul
                Tere Rodríguez-Nora

Monday, January 30, 2017

I have learned...

I have learned to be humble when success cover me
I have learned to keep my feet on the ground even though I have my head on the moon.
I have learned to be grateful even in the worst of times
I have learned to love myself when others harmed me
I have learned to smile when tears are in my soul
I have learned to say thank you even to the smallest gesture
I have learned to wipe my tears while struggling through difficult times
I have learned to be strong when all I want is to collapse
I have learned to keep going because tomorrow is a brand new day                                               
      Tere Rodriguez-Nora

Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Review of the book The Rules of Ever After

The author of this book is Killian B. Brewer. Killian began writing at 15 years old. Coming from a family where telling a good story was the best way to communicate, he developed a love for story telling. The Rules of Ever After(2015)is his first novel. His second one is Lunch With the Do-Nothings at the Tammy Dinette(2017).


Beautiful fairy tale of two young princes involve in a gay romance that will captivate lovers of all kind. Both, living in a kingdom (kingdoms of Clarameer) rule by old-fashioned traditions, know they have to fight against it to get what they want for their future and the happily ever after they are searching for. Through different adventures dealing with dissatisfied princesses, revengeful kings, and nosy fairies they learn important things about love, life, and family.

This book has touch me as an aunt of a lesbian woman, as a human being, and as a person who believes every human kind is special in their own particular way. Every kid that is going through the hard process of coming out and/or every parent/guardian who is helping their kid in this difficult process should read this book. 

LGBT kids and teens should know that everyone is entitled to have their own fairy tale!

This review is part of the Multicultural Children's Books Day, to be celebrate on January 27. You can follow it on Facebook
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