“Innerlights” by G.M. Crook reflects the reader’s and author’s true self

Crook hopes to inspire readers and unveil to themselves their innermost thoughts.


“Poetry reflects my true self.” – G.M. Cook    

“Innerlight’s: Eat and Drink My Words” by G.M. Crook was written over many years. It has been realized that from the start of time up until now, most people have a hard time knowing their true selves. People might think that they genuinely know themselves, but in reality, they only understand little or shallow parts of them.

This is why it is important for people to have access to their innermost thoughts to know better what they want and what they need.

In other cases, mental abuse caused by hurtful words and dictation is usually the source of blocking people’s minds to know their own worth. Furthermore, physical abuse is an additional cause of bad mental health. The trauma that these abuses give results in the close-mindedness of people.

After reading this book, readers will be inspired to write about their innermost feelings. This book’s contents span a wide range of topics. The author’s work represents her inner self, which has been shaped by a lifetime of verbal and physical abuse. This makes it easier for people to accept God and forgive those who have wronged them.

There are so many benefits to knowing one’s inner self. Anyone who is interested or wants to be inspired in learning how to do so can grab a copy of “Innerlight’s: Eat and Drink My Words” by G.M. Crook, available at ReadersMagnet and Amazon.


Innerlight’s: Eat and Drink My Words

Author | G.M. Crook

Genre | Fiction

Publisher | ReadersMagnet LLC

Published date | February 12, 2022



G.M Crook or Grace Maier-Crook resides in south-central Wisconsin. She belongs to an online writers group. She has written hundreds of poems, spanning from 1980 to the present day. Her work covers the human condition. Also, her word art. She wrote this book because it helped her cope with the loss of her husband. Her words are her own. Her thoughts are her own. “Love all of me, not just part of me,” she quotes. G.M. Crook believes her book will encourage others to open her to get through the highs and lows.