Dinah Vinson Provides an Essential and Powerful Message About the Seeds We Cultivate in the Minds of Children in Her Second Book
Seeds We Sow
Little Do We Know is an anthology of short tales that will provide eye-opening narratives about the good and negative effects of childhood events. Vinson was both inspired and overwhelmed after an unexpected encounter with a lady at a salon who said her favorite book was Vinsons Under the Blood. Until, in a dream one night, she was commissioned by God to write another book.
“I remember waking up and thanking God for helping me to write my second novel. I was so excited about Him helping me with the book until I woke myself up smiling and praising Him for doing such an awesome job. Fully awake now while visiting my bathroom, I continued to thank Him for helping me write such an excellent second novel with such a beautiful cover, Vinson writes.
Seeds We Sow Little Do We Know is the fruit of Vinsons vision, in which she addresses uncomfortable subjects that should be addressed rather than avoided. The enduring impact of the good — and negative seeds we sow in the lives of children is the major draw of the subjects in this anthology. Sex and sexuality, how children can badly absorb morbid news, painful events, and becoming witnesses to an adults adultery are among the subjects discussed. The book, on the other hand, shows how appropriate advice may lead to beneficial consequences. It has several elements that will stimulate and push every reader to plant healthy seeds, particularly in the minds of children.
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Seeds We Sow Little Do We Know
Author: Dinah Vinson
Publisher: Your Online Publicist
Published Date: August 2021
Book Genre: Short Stories
About the Author:
Dinah Vinson lives in Raleigh, North Carolina. For the past thirty years, she has worked for the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction as a Secretary. She has survived the trials and pains of four different marriages, other significant relationships, multiple serious illnesses, and the rearing of her three children; all while struggling to maintain a relationship with God.