A Message From MANA and RDP

Robbie Dean Press
Many parts of America are reopening after a three-month lockdown due to the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). However, we are still facing challenging times across our nation and around the world because the virus has not been eradicated. 

People are still contracting the disease, while others are recovering from the virus. Thousands of families are still grieving over the unexpected loss of their loved ones due to the coronavirus. (MANA) and its parent company, Robbie Dean Press, extend heartfelt condolences to those who have suffered a loss, and good wishes for a speedy recovery to those diagnosed with COVID-19. 

Many people are reconnecting with family and friends after a forced separation to prevent exposure to the virus. Hopefully, the separation has taught us how to better appreciate the people in our lives. 

Without a doubt, COVID-19 has left us overwhelmed and feeling afraid, frustrated, and confused. One way to process our feelings is writing, which can be therapeutic. Writing down our feelings, thoughts, and emotions, either through journaling or free writing, can be powerful. It can also help others who are having the same type of experience that you are either experiencing or have found the strength to overcome. 

If you have expertise in a certain area, consider writing a self-help book. If you want to inspire others, consider inspirational writing. 

MANA continues to support its authors and others interested in exploring the world of self-publishing and traditional publishing. If you started writing a book during your forced time indoors, we encourage you to finish. If you haven't started writing your book, there's no better time like the present. It's never too late to start writing your book. 

If you need help getting started in achieving your dream of becoming an author or writing another book, do not hesitate to contact MANA.

Stay alert, take precautions, but go the distance with your writing!

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