Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Critics love Inspirational Parable



God Saw a Butterfly A divinely inspired transformational parable A review by Cate Cavanagh This afternoon was cleverly planned. It required making an appointment with myself and rescheduling all others. I scan the bedroom. The pillows are cautiously situated to sit up straight for the best comfort or reading. I carefully place my tea and biscuits on the night table and my pooch, Marilyn, waits for me so she can stretch along my side. I silence the phone and reach for my afternoon treasure to unfold. I clutch the book greedily for you see in this age of technology it is so very hard to touch and smell a real book This afternoon is different. I will read a new book written by one of my favorite authors, Theresa Chaze. Follow me as I unfold fold one of those little miracles-Theresa Chaze. God Saw a Butterfly is a true parable for this world in which so many seek their truth. Throughout we are drawn into a work that is a metaphor….or is it? We become aware that life is often just a playful sound track upon which all is merely a dance of questions. But what are the answers? Answers, comfortable or not, glide amidst colorful enchantments of shimmer and love and fear. It is only through the maze of emotions can we begin to see that growth is being aware that all things are integrated, codependent and never apart from the whole of existence…and somewhere along our travels the importance of the “now” must never escape us. As we seek to grow we must be wary of our fear factor that would alienate us from a glorious universal unity much as the second son caused his own isolation. But that side and his would lead us to deception rather than the truth and faith that is our heritage. As does Shylon we look for home yet we flit from one floor to another with home seeming to stretch beyond our grasp. Yet we must accept that constant growth will guide us through reality after reality hence comprising what is to be our lives. Shylon learns how easily we lose trust in not just ourselves, seeking for “now”, but the collection of wisdom that is our right to achieve if we only let it. Throughout Shylon’s journey she mirrors our own search for truth but will we, like Shylon, reach a point of abandoning oneself for the illusion of truth? Hopefully our stubborn natures will not disrupt the fine threads that connect the “hither” and “yonder” or from facing the doubt that encourages failure to accept responsibility for our own errors. As Shylon presents a snapshot of her evolution so might we take to opportunity to pause to do the same. And so the parable begins our own journey of accepting that awareness yields honor and compassion and caring for all levels of life. Herein lies the parable for our birth, life and purpose.



By Roy Sexton on September 28, 2016
Such a thoughtful and inspirational allegory. Essential reading in these fractious times. Chaze explores a sense of divine wonder, helping us see a universe of microcosms, placing the proper perspective on our petty day-to-day. Highly recommend
By PJB on September 28, 2016
What a magical and poetic read! I found this authors gentle but deeply insightful writing very moving and I feel certain that others too will enjoy this short unusual piece of enchantment!

I loved it! God saw a Butterfly was a magical and entertaining short read, that took me on a journey back to my days of childhood wonder. A charming and endearing tale.



God Saw a Butterfly is a transformational parable, which was very loosely inspired by the saying, where a caterpillar sees death, God sees a butterfly. 

The proceeds from God Saw a Butterfly will be used to produce the TV series, Horses and Heroes. Combining Peer Support with Equine Therapy, Horses and Heroes will empower veterans to heal and reclaim their lives.



God saw a Butterfly is available as an Amazon Kindle and by going to the website by clicking here.






Horses and Heroes is a Reality TV series, which combines the highly effective Peer Support Therapy with Equine Therapy. Unlike most in the genre, it will focus on healing and positive growth rather than endorsing bad behavior. Each season will bring together the veterans from WWII to the current conflicts. They will be sharing their challenges and supporting each other as they find new solutions. They know the talk, because they have walked the walk. They see the dodges and will be able to call each other on them. Sparks may fly. Tempers may flare, especially when they force each other to face the ghosts. But will also be laughter and fun as they rebuild the comradery. The snarkiness and practical jokes between the branches don't simply end. There is always room for just one more. When it airs, it will reach into the homes of the veterans, who need to hear that they are not alone and give them the information as well as the permission to also heal. They will help each other find their way back to the world. Veterans can’t go back and make a brand new start; but they can start from now and make a brand new end.











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Critics love Inspirational Parable



God Saw a Butterfly A divinely inspired transformational parable A review by Cate Cavanagh This afternoon was cleverly planned. It required making an appointment with myself and rescheduling all others. I scan the bedroom. The pillows are cautiously situated to sit up straight for the best comfort or reading. I carefully place my tea and biscuits on the night table and my pooch, Marilyn, waits for me so she can stretch along my side. I silence the phone and reach for my afternoon treasure to unfold. I clutch the book greedily for you see in this age of technology it is so very hard to touch and smell a real book This afternoon is different. I will read a new book written by one of my favorite authors, Theresa Chaze. Follow me as I unfold fold one of those little miracles-Theresa Chaze. God Saw a Butterfly is a true parable for this world in which so many seek their truth. Throughout we are drawn into a work that is a metaphor….or is it? We become aware that life is often just a playful sound track upon which all is merely a dance of questions. But what are the answers? Answers, comfortable or not, glide amidst colorful enchantments of shimmer and love and fear. It is only through the maze of emotions can we begin to see that growth is being aware that all things are integrated, codependent and never apart from the whole of existence…and somewhere along our travels the importance of the “now” must never escape us. As we seek to grow we must be wary of our fear factor that would alienate us from a glorious universal unity much as the second son caused his own isolation. But that side and his would lead us to deception rather than the truth and faith that is our heritage. As does Shylon we look for home yet we flit from one floor to another with home seeming to stretch beyond our grasp. Yet we must accept that constant growth will guide us through reality after reality hence comprising what is to be our lives. Shylon learns how easily we lose trust in not just ourselves, seeking for “now”, but the collection of wisdom that is our right to achieve if we only let it. Throughout Shylon’s journey she mirrors our own search for truth but will we, like Shylon, reach a point of abandoning oneself for the illusion of truth? Hopefully our stubborn natures will not disrupt the fine threads that connect the “hither” and “yonder” or from facing the doubt that encourages failure to accept responsibility for our own errors. As Shylon presents a snapshot of her evolution so might we take to opportunity to pause to do the same. And so the parable begins our own journey of accepting that awareness yields honor and compassion and caring for all levels of life. Herein lies the parable for our birth, life and purpose.




By Roy Sexton on September 28, 2016
Such a thoughtful and inspirational allegory. Essential reading in these fractious times. Chaze explores a sense of divine wonder, helping us see a universe of microcosms, placing the proper perspective on our petty day-to-day. Highly recommend

By PJB on September 28, 2016
What a magical and poetic read! I found this authors gentle but deeply insightful writing very moving and I feel certain that others too will enjoy this short unusual piece of enchantment!

I loved it! God saw a Butterfly was a magical and entertaining short read, that took me on a journey back to my days of childhood wonder. A charming and endearing tale.



God Saw a Butterfly is a transformational parable, which was very loosely inspired by the saying, where a caterpillar sees death, God sees a butterfly. 

The proceeds from God Saw a Butterfly will be used to produce the TV series, Horses and Heroes. Combining Peer Support with Equine Therapy, Horses and Heroes will empower veterans to heal and reclaim their lives.



God saw a Butterfly is available as an Amazon Kindle and by going to the website by clicking here.






Horses and Heroes is aReality TV series, which combines the highly effective Peer Support Therapy with Equine Therapy. Unlike most in the genre, it will focus on healing and positive growth rather than endorsing bad behavior. Each season will bring together the veterans from WWII to the current conflicts. They will be sharing their challenges and supporting each other as they find new solutions. They know the talk, because they have walked the walk. They see the dodges and will be able to call each other on them. Sparks may fly. Tempers may flare, especially when they force each other to face the ghosts. But will also be laughter and fun as they rebuild the comradery. The snarkiness and practical jokes between the branches don't simply end. There is always room for just one more. When it airs, it will reach into the homes of the veterans, who need to hear that they are not alone and give them the information as well as the permission to also heal. They will help each other find their way back to the world. Veterans can’t go back and make a brand new start; but they can start from now and make a brand new end.












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Sunday, September 18, 2016

God Saw a Butterfly: A transformational parable,



Every soul has a purpose.
Every soul has lessons to learn.
Every soul is both a teach and student.

God Saw a Butterfly is a transformational parable of how one soul awakens and learns her destiny.



Shylon awakens in her egg. Alone and frightened, she cries. Mother comes to her and calms her fears. Yet, the comfort remains short lived as her fears and guilt force her to doubt herself and those who love her. Each step of the way, she is drawn closer to the truth of her soul. If she finds the patterns of her past and reclaims her ability to love, she will become an Divine messenger, who helps others ascend. If she fails, her anger and guilt will lead her to the one place God cannot go.

Many people are suspicious of funding campaigns. They have received so many requests from projects that never get produced so they receive nothing for their donation. By buying God Saw a Butterfly not only will you get an amazing story to read, but you will also support our efforts to produce a TV series that will help many veterans. Everyone wins. Those who buy off the website will receive the PDF file of God Saw a Butterfly long with another ebook of your choice.

Please go to the website to purchase  God Saw a Butterfly  and learn more about Horses and Heroes by clicking here.








Wednesday, September 14, 2016

How to successful promote, market, and sell on the internet



Promotions, marketing, and sales have different, yet interconnected goals. Yet many lump them into a single category. All three are necessary to generate sales that make a company profitable. Promotions identifies the need or creates the desire . Marketing shows why this particular product solves the problem or satisfies the want. Sales closes the deal by asking for the purchase and giving the details of how to buy the product or service.

Promotions creates awareness by describing or creating a problem to be solved. The messages are crafted to subliminally plant the seed in the consumers' subconscious mind, so they identify with problem or create the feeling that they are missing out on something amazing. By drawing attention to the issue that their product will solve, the promotion creates the need for the product.

Marketing promotes the product by showing how it is the answer to the problem it just created. A successful marketing campaign sets the particular product above all its competitors. More than just recognition, the marketing aspect of the message create a reputation and an expectation of the product as well as the company in the consumers mind. However, creating a brand can be a double edge sword. Overly selling a product can destroy a brand's reputation. It is easier to create and keep a good reputation than it is to repair a bad one.

Sales asks for the purchase by telling how and where it can be bought. Some pitches, but not all, also include the pricing information. The easier the product or service is to find, the more likely the consumer will investigate the product, which leads to the purchase. The easier you make it for them to find the product, the more likely they are to buy it.

Promotions, marketing, and sales need to be kept not only in balance, but also in the proper order Identifying the problem, creating the solution, and giving purchase information maximizes the effectiveness of the message. These three steps, working in tandem, creates the advertisement that reaches the consumer and empowers them to purchase the product.


Many authors, small businesses, and non-profit organizations believe that advertising is too costly for their budget. But this is far from true. The internet has created cost effective venues that enable messages to be promoted locally, national and around the world in a cost effective manor. Theresa Chaze has 20 years of experience as a writer, producer, and editor. She uses innovation, humor, and high production values to produces videos that are unique, inventive, and frequently called unexpected.  More of her work can be viewed on her website by clicking here. She is now accepting new clients and can be reach by calling 231-943-3298.













Combining two concepts, Never Can say Good-bye creates an innovative spin on the ghostly genre. With a tagline, “When love is forever, death is only the beginning,” it is comparable to Ghost and The Others.

Imprisoned in her family's home, the spirit of a murdered child waits for her parents to free her. But they have moved on to new lives as has her killer. Randi must bring them back together, so that they can forgive themselves and make amends. If she succeeds, they will all heal and she will be freed to also reincarnate. If she fails, their need for revenge will damn them all.


Promotions, Marketing, and Sales: Do you know the difference?



Promotions, marketing, and sales have different, yet interconnected goals. Yet many lump them into a single category. All three are necessary to generate sales that make a company profitable. Promotions identifies the need or creates the desire . Marketing shows why this particular product solves the problem or satisfies the want. Sales closes the deal by asking for the purchase and giving the details of how to buy the product or service.

Promotions creates awareness by describing or creating a problem to be solved. The messages are crafted to subliminally plant the seed in the consumers' subconscious mind, so they identify with problem or create the feeling that they are missing out on something amazing. By drawing attention to the issue that their product will solve, the promotion creates the need for the product.

Marketing promotes the product by showing how it is the answer to the problem it just created. A successful marketing campaign sets the particular product above all its competitors. More than just recognition, the marketing aspect of the message create a reputation and an expectation of the product as well as the company in the consumers mind. However, creating a brand can be a double edge sword. Overly selling a product can destroy a brand's reputation. It is easier to create and keep a good reputation than it is to repair a bad one.

Sales asks for the purchase by telling how and where it can be bought. Some pitches, but not all, also include the pricing information. The easier the product or service is to find, the more likely the consumer will investigate the product, which leads to the purchase. The easier you make it for them to find the product, the more likely they are to buy it.

Promotions, marketing, and sales need to be kept not only in balance, but also in the proper order Identifying the problem, creating the solution, and giving purchase information maximizes the effectiveness of the message. These three steps, working in tandem, creates the advertisement that reaches the consumer and empowers them to purchase the product.


Many authors, small businesses, and non-profit organizations believe that advertising is too costly for their budget. But this is far from true. The internet has created cost effective venues that enable messages to be promoted locally, national and around the world in a cost effective manor. Theresa Chaze has 20 years of experience as a writer, producer, and editor. She uses innovation, humor, and high production values to produces videos that are unique, inventive, and frequently called unexpected.  More of her work can be viewed on her website by clicking here. She is now accepting new clients and can be reach by calling 231-943-3298.













Combining two concepts, Never Can say Good-bye creates an innovative spin on the ghostly genre. With a tagline, “When love is forever, death is only the beginning,” it is comparable to Ghost and The Others.

Imprisoned in her family's home, the spirit of a murdered child waits for her parents to free her. But they have moved on to new lives as has her killer. Randi must bring them back together, so that they can forgive themselves and make amends. If she succeeds, they will all heal and she will be freed to also reincarnate. If she fails, their need for revenge will damn them all.


Monday, September 12, 2016

Paranormal Thriller Comparable to Ghost and The Others





Combining two concepts, Never Can say Good-bye creates an innovative spin on the ghostly genre. With a tagline, “When love is forever, death is only the beginning,” it is comparable to Ghost and The Others.

Imprisoned in her family's home, the spirit of a murdered child waits for her parents to free her. But they have moved on to new lives as has her killer. Randi must bring them back together, so that they can forgive themselves and make amends. If she succeeds, they will all heal and she will be freed to also reincarnate. If she fails, their need for revenge will damn them all.



Without being full cast, Never Can Say Good-bye has been estimated to gross $7-17 million USD. Additional cast and crew will only increase its profitability potential. We are looking for investors or a production partner with the resources we lack.




Wednesday, September 07, 2016

How to rescue animals and save veterans lives



A positive brand reputation is as important to a corporation's success as are the tools and venues it uses to create the brand. Animal assisted therapy helps heal the mind, body and soul of those who have been challenged through illness, accidents, or life experiences. Dogs, and horses closely followed by cats are the most common therapy animals: however, horses have the unique ability to reflect back the individual's emotions, thereby helping them to understand and control their triggers.
Raising the awareness of the benefits of animal therapy will lead to many more animals finding good homes, but it will also empower veterans and others to reclaim their lives.


Sunday, August 28, 2016

Will the love from the past save her



A chance encounter opens a karmic door that awakens memories of a previous lifetime when a breaking with a clan tradition led to power struggles and murder. This time as in the last Alyssa finds herself the target of a violent obsession by a man, who again sees her as a bane to his existence. Using his badge as the shield and a weapon, he sets out to once again kill her. Will a love from the past be able to save her this time or will the violent obsession once again kill her and all she loves? Nict for Ure Selfe (Not for Ourselves) is a suspenseful tale of betrayal and murder brought about by changing times and greedy men.



Available along with my other books on my website and as an Amazon Kindle.



















Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Love and revenge traps child's ghost



Never Can Say Good-bye is a Paranormal Thriller, which is comparable to Ghost, The Others, and the original Dark Shadows TV series.
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Elizabeth was asked by her mentor to teach a writing course at a small college. Since she never forgets a kindness, she reluctantly agrees. Arriving in town, she instantly regrets her decision. She wants to run, but she is honor bound to stay. Even as the ghost of a small child begs her to forgive, the memories of another time arouse feelings of hatred that she doesn't understand and cannot control. When she meets Shane, all of their lives are thrown onto a dangerous collision course from which they can neither run, nor can they hide. The question is, "Can they overcome their tragic past or will they be doomed to repeat it.

Love can be a blessing or the curse that destroys an entire town.