My studio is a dream fulfilled.
Because you reached out to help when I’ve been in need and celebrated with me when I’ve completed an important task, I want to share a happy moment with you making my dream come to fruition. The older I get the more I realize that when I fulfill a dream — and look around, there are many smiling faces of those who made it happen!
All of you, friends, neighbors and supporters, skilled workers and talented people who shared information, gave me ideas, and helped me over the rough spots, and were instrumental in building my Studio—a place to retreat and write, to share with others, and enjoy life as long as I live.
To my loving family, wonderful neighbors, supportive friends, helpers, and readers, I can’t thank you enough for giving me such joy.
A sequel is in the making, as well as my book is being translated into Spanish which will be out in the marketplace in the next 60 days.
As you can see, I have been busy in these later years and while my energy is tiring at times, I am still focused on my writing and the enjoyments of life at my age.
Best to all and thanks for your support.
As the author of A RING, A DANCE, A SECOND CHANCE, I am grateful to introduce Lisa Meadows, a highly successful narrator of the audiobooks, for making my novel available in the marketplace. Lisa visualized the love story of Katie and Taylor in her initial reading of my book, and through her narration was able to create and show the emotions of the characters in each chapter reading. I was impressed as she fulfilled the narration of the story, and how the flow of her reading continually created an interest in each chapter she narrated.
Audiobook of "A Ring A Dance A Second Chance”, is now available at I-Tunes, Audible, and Amazon. Click on the link below to play an audio sample of the audiobook:
A Ring, a Dance, a Second Chance
Click on this link below to review and hear a portion of this romantic story about love in the senior years.
Jonell Kirby Cash's love story picks up Katie and Taylor's romance right where it left off: in their senior year of high school. However, Katie isn't the same girl Taylor remembers. As a widow she values her independence, living alone, and making new friends--and when Taylor calls Katie, she is on the threshold of exploring herself in the larger world. Taylor, ever the old-fashioned man, is surprised by the new, vibrant Katie.
The two must learn how to rid themselves of their old memories and expectations and learn to accept the 50 years of change that has taken place. A Ring, a Dance, a Second Chance is a novel about love--at any age.
I found a card that my husband wrote me. He had counted the days we’d had together and then he thanked me for the love we’d shared each day. I read his card several times and I found it lodged in my brain many hours later. From that, my poem was born. Jonell Kirby Cash