Taking a Step Back to Move Forward

Taking a Step Back to Move Forward

Jan 08, 2024

Hello friends,

Today, I want to share a more personal side of my journey as a publisher. As many of you know, the world of social media is a bustling, vibrant place filled with inspiration and connection. Yet, it's also a world that moves at an incredibly fast pace, often demanding constant attention and energy. After much reflection, I've decided to take a step back from the social media whirlwind to realign with my core mission: creating publications with themes that matter.

This isn't a goodbye to our online spaces but a recalibration of how I spend my time and focus. Behind the scenes, I'm dedicating myself more fully to the careful curation and crafting of books that speak to the soul, challenge the mind, and contribute positively to society. I believe that by stepping back from the constant online engagement, I can step into a more profound, thoughtful approach to publishing.

The 'Cease Fire Now' anthology, focusing on the poignant theme of peace and humanity, is a testament to this new direction. Each page is being woven together with the utmost care and attention, ensuring that the stories and poems within resonate deeply and create an impact beyond the written word.

I want to create a space where literature does more than just exist; it speaks, it heals, it changes. This shift means I might be less visible online, but it also means that when we do share and connect, it will be even more meaningful and impactful.

To all who have supported this journey, your encouragement and understanding mean the world. We're not just building books; we're building bridges, understanding, and hope. Here's to a future where every publication is a seed for change, growth, and deeper connection.

Thank you for being part of this journey. Let's continue to create and cherish stories that matter, together.

With heartfelt gratitude and anticipation for what's to come,

Rebecca Rijsdijk
Chief of Everything
Sunday Mornings at the River

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