Coronavirus Reflections: Bitter or Better? by Larada Horner-miller
We all lived through it! But did you process the experience of the coronavirus pandemic?
I didn’t just let the coronavirus pandemic of 2020-21 happen to me. I wrote a book about my reflections on my experience and chose to become better because of my experience. The book, Coronavirus Reflections: Bitter or Better? can be used like a journal. Each independent chapter begins with a compelling photo and quote and then my experience in prose and/or poetry. The chapter ends with personal reflections question(s). My charge to the reader is read, reflect and respond.
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Larada Horner-Miller is a poet, essayist, blogger and accomplished multi-genre author who holds a bachelor’s degree in English and a Master of Education Degree in Integrating Technology into the Classroom. She is the accomplished author of five award-winning historical fiction, memoir, and poetry works plus three self-published cookbooks.
Her sixth book, Coronavirus Reflections: Bitter or Better?, is available in paperback and four e-book formats. It won the 2022 New Mexico/Arizona Book Award for the Mind, Body and Spirit category. Larada offers the reader the opportunity to look back at 2020 and the global pandemic through her prose and poetry through reading, then reflecting and responding. She addresses all the emotions she felt during this overwhelming time and leads the reader through to a self-access: bitter or better?
Her fifth book is the authorized memoir and biography of world-renown square dance caller Marshall “Flip” Flippo. Just Another Square Dance Caller: Biography of Marshall Flippo is available now in hardback, paperback and four e-book formats. Recently Just Another Square Dance Caller won two awards: Book Excellence Awards Finalist and Silver award for eLit. Book Awards.
Larada and her husband, Lin, enjoy being nestled in the mountains above Albuquerque, New Mexico, near the village of Tijeras. She enjoys square dancing, traveling, knitting, and reading.