I love my followers, supporters and readers of my blog. I have crossed the international threshold and hold a steady presence in magnificent places such as Tanzania, Sweden, Romania, Thailand, Canada, Israel, Iraq, Japan and the Netherlands just to name a few. It is so surreal and mind-blowing to witness the daily growth and success of my blog. Here are some wonderful comments from my readers. Thank you so much from the bottom of my heart. This is a dream come true and I am truly humbled and gracious for all the love and support I receive.
~ I’ve been surfing online more than 3 hours today, yet I never found any interesting article like yours.It is pretty worth(y) enough for me. In my opinion, if all webmasters and bloggers made good content as you did, the web will be much more useful than ever before. ~ Jim
~ “I so enjoy (your) blog Mara. You are such an awesome writer…blows me away…so captivating…your words seem to flow so naturally and honestly! You have a gift honey! ~ Luci Davis
~ “Check out @MaraProse writings! Good thoughts from an insightful writer! I always enjoy reading this young, thoughtful and positive writer! “~ Author Jena C. Henry, author of the book The Golden Age of Charli: RSVP
~ “Congratulations! You’ve penned a wonderful verse and I’m excited to inform you that your poem “The Masks We Wear” has advanced to the semi-final round of Poetry Nation’s National Amateur Poetry Competition” ~ Poetry Nation
~ “There’s a lot of wisdom in what you say and I like the way you say it.” ~ Author Anne P. Collini, author of the book The Human Ambit.
~ “I would like to point out my passion for your kindness for those who actually need help on this important question. Your special dedication to getting the message across appeared to be surprisingly informative and has all the time helped workers just like me to attain their pursuits. Your own valuable help and advice denotes a lot of (people) like me and especially to my (peers). Thanks a lot from all of us.” ~ Abercrombie Madrid
~ “Dynamic read! Well written personal reflection of life that in some ways mirrored my 39 years on earth, I related when you spoke about not feeling bad or feeling guilty about releasing dead weight! I devoured each word, hungrily with my eyes quickly darting to the next. I screamed when you asked yourself “why did you hold on for so long! For those who just come to read the comments, I will not say anymore, because I want you to read this for yourself, all I can say is remember the name and be prepared to stand in long lines at book releases when the memoir comes out!! Well written my sister, thanks for reaching out to me via Twitter and directing me to this delicious food for my soul! God Bless, Peace, Grace and abundance to you!” – Zee Williams in regards to Reflections at 39
~ “Such a beautiful piece and a moving tribute to your uncle. Stunning.” – Keely of http://www.bodybeautifulmindset.com in regards to A Man for All Seasons (A Mara Prose Dedication Poem)
~ “Another lovely written piece. Love your style and love this story. – Faith Barbare of http://faithineverything.com in regards to A Voice to Carry (A Mara Prose Poem)
~ “Mara, this is one of your best… another high score” – Skat A via PoetrySoup.com in regards to A Voice to Carry (A Mara Prose Poem)
~ Beautiful Mara, really struck a chord with me and what’s going on at the minute. Thank you for sharing your talent.- Keeley http://www.bodybeautifulmindset in regards Lost and Found (A Mara Prose Poem)
– “Wow. Mara. You have really catapulted since the days we first met. Congratulations on realizing the dream of talent recognition. You are talented!” – Brenda Melton
– “Mara you are too f&*%ing talented! To put words together as you do…blows my mind!” – Nicky Watson