Wednesday, November 04, 2015

Convergence by Trudie L. Hayes - Guest Post and Giveaway


It was the first day of school and anxieties were running high. For certain​ ​there was the excitement of moving up a grade, but there was also the dread of anything and everything that could go wrong. Not only were the possibilities endless, they were totally out of your control. Whether or not you were accepted rested squarely on the shoulders of the popular kids. Suppose you were too short or too tall; too smart or not smart enough; too rich or too poor; or just plain different?

These thoughts were fresh on the minds of Otis, Chandler and Marissa. Three pre-teens whose paths had never crossed, although they lived in the same town in Connecticut. Their backgrounds were so diverse they may as well have lived worlds apart. That was all about to change when on their way to school a series of bizarre events lump them together. Literally!

Join them on this unreal journey to alternate realities never before re­vealed. Go back in time to a parallel past, the All Agos. Coexist in a present experience that mirrors your own, the Ne’er Now. Finally and with greater understanding, manifest in a future of your creation, the Will Be Once.

Then you will have come closer to achieving it should.

Today I am pleased to present a giveaway and guest post from Trudie L. Hayes in support of her book Convergence.

I asked Trudie to tell us about her inspiration and motivation for writing Convergence and also her favorite childhood authors:

The motivation for Convergence is my life. Strange answer given the premise of the book. But for me it was and still is therapeutic. The actual writing of the book and finishing something I started in and of itself was great. I also have an affinity with each of the characters and see myself in all of them.

Not only was completing the actual writing a form of therapy, many of the concepts explored therein are as well. I feel as though I may have attempted to over instill my metaphysical beliefs to the masses, but it is truly something I hold dear and feel so many could benefit from. I don't mean going around reciting mantra 24/7; or getting in the lotus position and shutting out outside influences.

Quite the contrary. I use a phrase in the book a lot and I think this sums it up well...from within to its without. Poetry to my ears. The meaning is personal to be interpreted as one sees fit. This has been a great journey I hope to repeat ad infinitum.

Favorite childhood authors included the usual--Dr. Seuss and the like. Funny thing is even then so many years ago I was consumed with matters of the mind; watching people, how they behave and listening to stories far beyond my chronological years.

Author Bio:

Trudie L. Hayes’ personal story and family life influenced her mission to spread the core values of self-acceptance, self-esteem, and self-love to children and persons of all ages. An affiliation with physically and mentally disabled adults and children spanning many years is a major contributing factor. The caregiver role has been paramount throughout much of her life, even while furthering her education or working full-time in a corporate setting.

These experiences have given her a deep understanding of the trials and struggles associated with a compromised existence. As well as the inspiration and joy derived from living life to one's personal best.

It is through these myriad life experiences that Hayes began writing and registering several related trademarks. With a grander vision of promoting confidence and self-worth.

Born and raised in Connecticut, Hayes still calls the Nutmeg State home. The oldest of two children, she remains close to her siblings. When Hayes is not writing or managing her business, she dedicates her time to other creative outlets and artistic pursuits. Hayes has a deep appreciation and passion for music in its many forms; she enjoys writing song lyrics, performing, and has an affinity for Jazz.

You can connect with Trudie on Twitter as @LoveYourMe or at her website:


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