Know Thyself…Aristotle

To thine own self, be true~ Shakespeare  (Hamlet, Act 1, Scene 3)

If I’ve learned anything over the past years, it is that the most important relationship that a woman can have is with herself.  It’s even more important that she trusts her intuition when dealing with others and remove herself from situations that don’t feel authentic or sincere.  

I’ve spent the majority of this summer considering these ideas and how they will affect not only the telling of my second novel, but how they will affect my life.  Over the past year, I have made personal and career changes based on these truths, and for the first time in a long time, I’ve exhaled.  

Summer is waning.  Fall approaches with new beginnings and as always a chance for anyone to begin again.  My second novel will be delayed for publication but expected around the winter holidays.  In the meantime, I will continue to blog periodically to engage with readers and explore the themes and ideas important to my readers. 

About Jen Cross

Born and raised in Dallas, TX, I enjoy writing books about life in Dallas and relationships and their many ups and downs.
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