A Love Story

By Regina Marie Blaylock
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A Love Story is a collection of poems that draws the reader closer to God and brings deeper understanding of “God’s Eternal Love.” It takes the reader on an emotional journey through love in our lives, the struggles we face in trying to love one another and draw nearer to God amidst the many challenges of life.

Author Regina Marie Blaylock takes you on an emotional journey she has faced and emphasizes how important it is to stand strong amongst the many “Adversaries” in our lives. She details the struggles she has faced as a single mother trying to raise her children and be her true self amidst many “Critics.” Drawing closer to God through all of this has helped her persevere and draw nearer to her dreams. Regina reveals how she struggles with love even at her innermost personal level. She has met the love of her life and expresses it in “Send My Love to Another.”

About the Author

Regina Marie Blaylock is the mother of two beautiful children. She has a bachelor’s degree (BS) in Special Education, a master’s degree (MA) in Early Childhood Education, and a bachelor’s degree (BA) in Language Arts. She is a teacher for special-needs infants and toddlers, and she also volunteers in the children’s ministry at her church as stage master and song leader. She walks marathons for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society in memory of her eldest brother and father, who both died from cancer.

Regina began writing poetry when she asked God to help her through a divorce and to keep her children safe. The poetry comes through her when God is teaching her something, when something inspires her, or when others touch her life. She began writing and drawing her poetry and designs on tiles after a mission trip to rebuild Lakeshore, Mississippi, from Hurricane Katrina.

Published: 2018
Page Count: 214

Customer Reviews

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Ellen Murphy
Reading about Gina’s walk through life was refreshing. It takes such strength of character to ove...

Loved each chapter and am using as devotional