When I began to develop this hub for books which is now GoneBookserk, in April of 2011, it began as a therapeutic getaway from some of my deepest struggles. Through this time, in its evolution, it has revealed to me not only its power to enlighten and inspire me, but also to keep me in-tune with the most intimate parts of who I am.
As the new year of 2014 approached and began I took action and transformed this site into what you see today, but a lot of my ideas have remained dormant, still.
Like many bloggers and writers out there, I am not solely dedicated to just writing (or blogging). I have many goals and passions in life. Primarily, by day, my focus is being a leader in the Healthcare Information Management arena. By night, I would like to write. In between, I have a passion for starting my own Nonprofit Organization with a literacy focus nationwide, as well as globally, with many different chapters involved in different levels of literary restructuring and development. These three ideas to the foreign reader may seem separate and exclusive, but it will become more apparent as GoneBookserk develops how they will unfold to be united and interconnected.
My point being this....
I am not a full time writer or a full time blogger, and so my time on this website at times may seem inconsistent. Even though that may seem to be the case, it is not. I am always working on it. Ideas are always brewing. I am always reading. I am always drafting a piece of writing. I am constantly keeping an eye on my favorite bloggers, even if I may not get the chance to comment, I see you! I am always thriving to get connected to good writers and do a few review requests. I am always pushing forward toward the next step. I am always truly here and I will never be going away!
The reason for this stems from my blogger and writer's nature and reason to continue reaching for the meaning and purpose of life. There is still so much knowledge, growth and wisdom to be accomplished. My blogger and writer's nature is keep uncovering and discovering new knowledge, new perspectives, and to remain reacquainted to the principles and values that give meaning to life. My blogger and writer's purpose is to do more with my life, to contribute in a personal way, and to express a visceral part of who I am