Faye writes from her personal perception using her thoughts, feelings, and observations as she struggled with the personality and behavior changes following a traumatic brain injury. She related to this time a walking through Shadowland, a place of ashes. Faye tells how her hope was restored by a personal word from God, which allowed her to accept her new personality and the changed behavior, allowing her to take the new road map for her life, forging ahead with courage, because she is a survivor and knows that the journey is worth taking.
Faye lives in Mobile, Alabama. She is a 1980 graduate of Troy University School of Nursing, Montgomery Campus. She is a member of the Mobile Writers' Guild, the Alabama State Poetry Society, and a former member of the National Associate of American Pen Women, Mobile Branch, as Letters, serving several times as the chapter's chaplain.
Faye has been published in The Journal of Christian Nursing, several anthologies, and different newsletters pertaining to Traumatic Brain Injury and relating emotional problems. She is a guest writer at TrustinginJesus.com. In her spare time, she enjoys playing Mexican train dominoes, cards, Chinese mahjongg, designing and making quilts, ballroom and line dancing, reading mysteries and historical fiction.
In some age of mankind, the world has destroyed itself. Civilization is a false veneer; at its core it has become corrupt and hollow. But even in the gloom of mankind's darkest hour, a light shines, burning with the intensity of an exploding comet. Is this truly the end of the world, or are these calamities merely the birth-pangs of a new world-age? Can the world yet find some means of saving itself from itself? And finally, could the great rebirth foretold in prophecies and spoken of in legends finally come to be? Has the time truly come for the Golden Age Restored?