Sunday, July 7, 2013

What Fate Has to Do With Wanted: One Ghost and $5 Gift Card Drawing

 Fate has always played a big part in my life. Each moment in time is guided by decisions we may or may not be making for ourselves, leading us to where we are now.

Kind of deep if you think about it for too long.  I came to the conclusion that my life was not necessarily guided by my decisions but by a 'greater plan'.  I had originally joined the United States Navy to become a Journalist (at the time) 20+ years ago. What happened was a mix-up in paperwork, classes and rating that to this day I attribute to Fate having a guiding hand.  There is no other explanation to how I ended up where I am and with the wonderful family and opportunities I've had since then.

Wanted: One Ghost, my debut novel from Crescent Moon Press is a symbol of how Fate intervenes and takes us into situations we never dreamed we'd face. Here is a heroine with a love for history and Fate has led her in an unlikely situation. Nothing else could have prepared her for it, or led two people to meet as they did.

Granted, my novel is a paranormal romance, a fantastical story. But if we truly sit and ponder where we are in life, doesn't it make you think?

How has Fate led you to where you are?

Would love to hear from you. Don't forget about the $5 Gift Card drawing!


kaisquared said...

I ended up married to the brother of a graduate school classmate who I met when vacationing at her house in Maine.

Teresa Hearl said...

Was is fate? For many years we travelled from WV to DC thru Frederick MD. I said several times that this seems like a nice place to live. We thought we might be moving to the south, or Ohio, or closer to DC. We moved to Frederick over 10 years ago.

Loni Lynne said...

And to think, if you hadn't gone to that school or met your's really interesting. Thank goodness you did! :) Thanks for stopping in and sharing!

Loni Lynne said...

It was Fate! I have no doubt. ;-) Thank you for dropping in!

Catherine Lee said...

I don't believe in fate...although my hubby does. He calls it "divine intervention" and believes that is what brought us together. How could a woman resist that? LOL.

Loni Lynne said...

Your hubby is a good man! Not many would say that. He's a keeper, Catherine Lee.