1888 PressRelease – Author Cynthia Santiago’s new book, titled Heart Prints, When Life’s Stuff is Tough, is filled with soul-nourishing short stories and poems.
Imperial Beach, Calif. – Everyone struggles through hard times in their life. Whether it’s a divorce, a death, an illness or just a sadness that won’t go away, having a place to share with someone who understands can be the difference between moving through it and getting stuck.
Author Cynthia Santiago understands. Her newly released book, Heart Prints, When Life’s Stuff is Tough, is a heartwarming book in which she shares her own struggles with readers. She said, “Heart Prints, When Life’s Stuff is Tough, is my collection of passionate poetry and heart-warming prose. Heart Prints is my message of hope. I remind you to reach out for God as you struggle through the toughest times in your life.”
Filled with touching stories, personal revelations and poetry, the project is a collaboration between Santiago and her granddaughters, Salina and Dena. Each piece points people toward the healing, mercy and power of Jesus, providing the strength needed to face each day. “My goal is to help readers find the hope that they need to keep going. Without that hope, people can give up. As readers enjoy the book, my prayer is that the truth will leave a print on their heart and that they will feel inspired and motivated.”
Heart Prints, When Life’s Stuff is Tough makes for a book that readers will come back to again and again. Ideal for book clubs, as a gift or as a way to cope during tough times, it is currently available on Amazon, Kindle, Nook and iBooks.
About the Author
Writing is Cindy Santiago’s first love and has been this author/poet’s best friend as far back as she can remember. As a little girl in Waterloo, Iowa, Cindy wrote letters to people she missed.
Through the years, Cindy’s numerous letters to local newspaper editors generated interest in her writing. The editor of the Chula Vista Star-News offered Cindy a weekly column. Her From the Heart column ran for nearly 20 years.
Cindy’s stories, poems and blogs were featured in the Imperial Beach Eagle & Times, The San Diego Christian Classifieds and the Imperial Beach Patch. Her Reflections column ran for five years in the Imperial Beach Sun.