Evolution of Sinby Liza TheronThe book is inspired to let everyone read between the lines and to make some associations with events in their own realities that needs to be addressed. We live in times where evil is hidden, yet in this book, it isMoreEvolution of Sinby Liza TheronThe book is inspired to let everyone read between the lines and to make some associations with events in their own realities that needs to be addressed.
We live in times where evil is hidden, yet in this book, it is exposed in various realms. The book carries the characters within to make fiction with true philosophical religious principles a reality. The book is the version of three realms (heaven, earth, and hell) intertwined to show our natural tendencies to act and react according our surroundings.The description of some very rude or harsh characters announce the fact that some evils are viewed as evil and that some evils are a reality at first sight.
Much of the book concerns the fact that humans can adapt to their actualities rather successfully if they weigh up all the options and stick to it. The chapters in the book give the reader the idea of completely different realms or settings. The momentum that changes bring about and then the possible outcomes according to each person’s unique interpretation in each scene.About the AuthorLiza Theron was born in Johannesburg, South Africa, in1976. She has been writing various stories, short stories, articles, and poetry for many years. “Writing has no boundaries to me because it is one of those selected little freedoms to express oneself, in my opinion,” says Ms.
Theron.Liza grew up in a small farm community and went to school in a somewhat more captivating town, which had more than the basic subjects to choose from. She truly considers those years in hostel some of her happiest years, and she has lots of writing to show that emerged during those years. After school she went to University and studied psychology. Her art career in painting and drawing with pastels was integrated with her creative writing, and she mostly focused on correspondence studying and art up to now.
“I love people, and I also love my privacy to do the things I want to do,” Ms. Theron says. “My family is very important to me, and I love them to bits, even when we dont see each other every day inside white picked fences. Currently it is hard recession times in a bit of a crime-riddled scenario in many places in South Africa, as well as worldwide, but being confronted by such dangers urges one to adapt.
We sometimes overlook that everything evolves—the one certain thing in life is change.”(2010, paperback, 76 pages).