About the Author: Estrella Trevino

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About the Author

Estrella Trevino

Creative Talents Unleashed is both thrilled and honored to announce the upcoming release of My Heartbeat.

Estrella Trevino is a single mother of three that resides in Dallas, TX. Writing has always been a form of release for her, turning her anguish into beauty. An alchemist in the making, personal growth is a priority for Estrella as she is the example her children will follow. Estrella thrives on creativity and pushing her imagination to its limits.

A mental woman, with the purpose of healing through poetry and having an open heart. Writing has been her therapy. A lifelong journey of pouring her soul onto paper.


My Heartbeat

Introduction. . .

This book is written with intensity and passion. Estrella Trevino has conceived a collection of prose which reads as soulful as “The Rose of Sharon” in the Song of Solomon.  Having experienced a profound love, its loss is palpable. With a broken heart, so intensely painful, it is reminiscent of a death; with words will move the reader to tears.

It is by our wounds that we are often saved; having been lost to the depths of a love, dragging our aching hearts, filled with despair, into the light of a new day. A new life, new awareness and awakenings are found in its aftermath.

The exquisite writings of Estrella, will take you on a journey to self-love. Beautifully executed, inspiring and touching. This is a treasure trove of classically poetic words.

~ Brenda-Lee Ranta, author of A Soul Passenger

My Heartbeat

available for pre-order.

Visit Estrella’s Author Page To Order Your Copy Today!

www.ctupublishinggroup.com/estrella-trevino-.html

 

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3 replies

  1. This book is amazing and beautifully written! How wonderful to be able to share a journey of pain that leads to joy. The writing seems to come straight from the heart. Looking forward to the second book.

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  2. The book moved me. It spoke of things that I’d gone through and helped me not to feel alone.

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  3. It’s rare when I can see images in my mind when reading poetry, but with this book I could. Not just seeing it play in my head but I felt each word.

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