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Life's Reflection

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Life’s Reflection is a 15-year journey of love, anger, joy, hurt, passion and the pain. Liela journeys through her struggles by writing about them. Her journeys in writing take you through the collides of life, strength and power. She took the pain, the hurt, the anguish, the joy, the laughter and even the tears and poured them into the poetic journey of Life's Reflection. Life’s Reflection truly is a reflection of Life – at times not her own, but life nonetheless. Having experienced the joy and pain of love; the walls of shame and the dance of freedom, Liela wanted to share the joys and pain of life with you. If you have ever been in love, there is a poem in this book for you. If you have ever had your heart broken, there is a poem in this book for you. If you love God, there is a poem in this book for you. Liela took every aspect of her life, put pen to paper and etched out the poetic journey known as Life’s Reflection. Where there was once pain, healing has come. Where there was once anger, peace has come. Where there was bondage, freedom has come. Liela’s unparalleled look at life through the lens of emotions has solidified her as a great poet and Author. Life’s Reflection will make you think, it will make you cry, laugh and believe that deliverance is possible for you.

110 pages, Paperback

First published January 9, 2013

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Liela Marie Fuller

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Liela Marie Fuller is an Author, Speaker, Blogger, and Entrepreneur. Liela is a transparent author – unashamed to put her life in print. In Life’s Reflection, her first poetry book, she invited us deep into her world, gripping us with passionate pieces like “Black Rose,” “Is Love What You Call It,” and “Addicted”. Liela’s transparency in the face of trials attracted the attention of many readers and has generated a strong following. In 2015, Liela released her second book, Love Letters of a Worshipper: Poetry, Prose and Prayers and once again Liela’s transparency was evident as she let readers in on one of the most intimate relationships in her life – her relationship with God. Liela wowed readers with beautiful ballads like “Resolute” and “God Can Have Everything I Have.” Through her transparency, Liela strives to share with and strengthen the resolve and hope of those who read her work. Liela has released four journals - Don’t Stop knocking…Don’t Stop Believing! A Prayer Journal, Dreamcatcher – A Dream Journal, God’s Daily Provision, and Speak Lord – A Word Journal.

In November of 2015 Liela began Thoughts of a Thankful Heart, a blog where she shares with her readers the growth and understanding that has led her to greater appreciation of being thankful. Liela’s theme of transparency continues in her blog and she invites her readers to share any or all of what they read with others. It is Liela’s hope and desire that her willingness to open up her life to her readers will be a conduit for them to examine and assess their own levels of thankfulness.

Liela is originally from Camden, NJ, she is the owner of Jadora’s Child Publishing, Heavenly Help Computer Solutions and F.I.G. Tree Tees and Products. She is the mother of one son.

You can connect with Liela on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Periscope. To book Liela as a speaker for your event, email MerkMediaCT@gmail.com.

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January 26, 2014
Love, Kings and Queens

The first poem in this collection was very powerful and was followed by another that left me with an arched brow and a satisfied smile. Liela Marie Fuller was very crafty with those pieces and from the beginning I couldn’t wait to see what else the poet had in store. In “Life’s Reflection,” Fuller expounds upon relationships, whether it be between a male and female, Creator and creation, or a mother and child. She reminds her audience that women are queens and men are kings. There is an abundance of love centered poetry that many should be able to relate to. I look forward to seeing Fuller grow and produce more work as a poetic writer.

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