An Eerie Calm

I recently had a comment that seemed to put into words a facet about my book. The comment was that the cover art seemed to portray “an eerie calm”. I really thought  the comment captured part of the essence of my book. My book is about myself written in third person and changed a bit to protect the innocent people in my life during the time period that the book encapsulates. But there were  ofttimes in my life that the words “an eerie calm” just seems to utterly describe those moments to perfection.


Living a life with periods of time that could be called “an eerie calm” captures the stance I had to take many times to keep my mind sound and not explode my mind into many diverse shards. I believe God gave me that ability.

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About authorjlpitts

J.L. Pitts is a Non-Fiction writer. She blogs about her faith and writes probing articles on Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. She is also a poet. Her newest book was published recently "Scar Wars Forged In Fight" is already stirring the nest in her memoir with a tell-all format. She is writing her third book also a non-fiction work about creating a closer walk with God. She is now a Certified Professional Counselor who specializes in helping clients to become at ease in any social situation. She herself learned these tactics after her own treatment of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder showed her the gap in evolving in a therapeutic setting and evolving in today's society. Horrified by the fact that 22 soldiers diagnosed with PTSD commit suicide every day induced her to start this blog to reach out and connect with anyone dealing with PTSD and needing a hand back into society. As a Certified Group Facilitator she has started a Meetup Group for PTSD and is currently seeking a venue in the Huntsville, Alabama area. She has been sought out by radio talk shows on the internet and people with Podcasts that are booming. She feels younger every day because she stays so active Add to all that she is a Freelance Writer who never misses a deadline. Most of her free time is spent building a website for her career. You can check out the unfinished site at
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One Response to An Eerie Calm

  1. robinhisrael says:

    oooo… I’ve inspired a post!


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