About the Book :
"It is profound. Great content and well done. Excellent concept. Fine work."
-Dr. James A. Lee
“...so passionate and romantic and so eager for life. ”
- Philosopher, Marty Rubin
"When beauty and the heart combine, the result is your writings. I sit, I relax and I stop thinking about anything except your beautiful words and I whisper "thank you" for the moments peace. As you paint your pictures in words, we read. Always, Darrel."
- Writer, Darrel Day
“...so tender and touching... ”
“...warmly touches my heart...perfect. ”
"You are so lovely! You are such a prolific writer! The beauty of you comes through your willingness to open your heart in tandem with your pen. I applaud your mind and your kind, loving thoughts. You have my utmost respect, it's my pleasure meeting you!"
-Lifestyle Artist, Kimmy
About the Author :
Growing up in a family of doctors, nurses, business people and lawyers, becoming a writer was something that was never encouraged. The meaning of success was always defined as following the paths laid out by one’s parents or one’s grandparents. Amidst this disdainfully rigid family environment, was born someone whom nobody seemed to understand. C.C.'s idea of success is far from the definition she was brought up to understand and abide by. “How can your success be something that is born from somebody else’s conception of success, for you?” Is what the author has always been known to say. “Success is something that is born of the dreams which you have conceived for yourself.”
Enrolled into a B.S. Biology degree course and expected to later proceed to medicine, the author dropped out of University to pursue the road less traveled by. Enrolling into various degree programs, she repeatedly abandoned each to return to her pen and paper and her passion for writing. “What is the virtue of becoming something out of what is taught to you by somebody else?” Has always been her defiant belief. “There is only virtue in becoming something out of what you always were to begin with.”
A self-taught writer and distinctively defiant member of elite society, this author aims to share her heart and spirit throughout each piece that she writes. Each paragraph. Each sentence. Each letter. Thus breathing life into her own definitions of success and virtue.