Sacremind (Author Interview)

Sacremind looks like a great book.  What can you tell us about it?

Sacremind is a Journal with 365 prompts, inspirational pieces, and prayers to guide you in building a stronger bond with God and emotional and physical growth. Sacremind Journal instills the importance of positive emotions, positive environments, and positive energy. Sacremind Journal helps individuals embrace their full potential, go for their dreams and never give up.

Can you tell us a little about your target market?

Sacremind originated to motivate individuals on the verge of giving up. This journal brings you closer to God and inspires forgiveness, courage, growth, and success. We aid others in evaluating and dealing with emotions, embracing failure as it brings us closer to success, and remaining hopeful when we lose control over events or circumstances.

What inspired the idea for the book?

I discovered the importance of journaling during a very hard time in my life. The goal was to journal every day and I believed a prompted journal would have been very beneficial. Wanting this for myself inspired me to create it for others. I learned how to evaluate and deal with emotions. To not fear change but to embrace it and realize my power. The importance of processing in the present and embracing failure, for failure is a part of success. To not lose hope when I lose control over events or circumstances in my life but to break barriers and conquer insecurities. I discovered so much while journaling and wanted to share that with others.

How did you come up with the title for the book?

The title came to me when the Journal was partially completed. Writing this journal brought me closer to God and gave me a peace of mind. The questions and motivational pieces are to give the readers the same feeling. To give readers peace, a deep understanding of oneself and to let go of all negativity. Our minds are sacred, mental health is very important and our hope is that people will do whatever it takes to protect it.


Did anything stick out as particularly challenging when writing Sacremind?

What was most challenging when writing the Sacremind Journal was making it suitable for a wide target market. I didn’t want my book to be for only men or only women or directed to a certain age group. I wanted to inspire and reach out to anyone battling mental health, anyone having a hard time coping, anyone battling depression and anyone who believe in God, his grace and his mercy.

What do you like to do when not writing?

When I am not writing I am looking for new ways to grow, learn, and to spread his word.


Where can readers find out more about your work?

The Sacremind Journal is available on our Amazon storefront.