Houston, TX, August 12, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- The feelings Lisa Cassman couldn’t voice aloud, she expressed in poems. Her words document a lifetime of love, friendship, disappointment, hurt and success. She shares her journey with readers in her newest book, "The Light in Your Eyes."
Published by Halo Publishing International, "The Light in Your Eyes" represents what Cassman always remembered about her husband, Steve. “We met for the first time as guileless teenagers at a Christian summer camp,” Cassman said. “I never forgot the light in his eyes.
“I felt like I was in love. And what I couldn’t tell him in person, I wrote as a poem.”
Cassman said a lifetime later, they reconnected. They both had been married to other people, had children, and struggled through difficult broken marriages. "The Light in Your Eyes" has deep meaning for the author, because it is a walk through her life. “And I want people to realize that dreams can come true.”
Cassman said years ago, she took out a simple piece of paper and wrote down three goals she wanted to achieve - to be in a successful marriage, to travel and to write a book. She wrote her first book, "The Road Less Traveled, A Guide to a Positive Marriage," while traveling with Steve, a semi-truck driver for Schneider National. Cassman said the book, also published by Halo Publishing International, has become a popular wedding gift.
Cassman said she hopes "The Light in Your Eyes" will inspire readers to remain hopeful about their dreams and goals, including what they want in relationships.
Halo Publisher Lisa Umina said "The Light in Your Eyes" represents Cassman’s life journey, but her words represent feelings many people have experienced. “She talks about dreaming, friendship, falling in love, feeling hurt, etc., all parts of life most people can relate to,” Umina said.
For more information on this book, interested parties may log on to http://www.halopublishing.com
About the Author:
Lisa Cassman earned her bachelor’s degree in Christian counseling from the Pastoral Christian Counseling School. She works today offering couples unique and positive ways to a more successful marriage and plans to host marriage seminars based on her book. She and her husband, Steve, are both natives of Minnesota and reside in Mora. Together, they have four sons and six grandchildren.
To reach author Lisa Cassman, visit her website, lisacassman.net, visit her Facebook page, lcassman, or e-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Press & Media Contact:
Lisa M. Umina, Publisher
Halo Publishing International
1031 Cherry Spring Drive, AP 726
Houston, TX 77038 - USA