SPOTLIGHT Author Blog Tour Featuring: Tara Fairfield

Today I’m pleased to welcome this week’s featured Rave Reviews SPOTLIGHT Blog Tour author – Tara Fairfield. This is one of the great perks RRBC offers to members who are regularly active in the club. Congratulations to Tara for winning the current tour and kudos to the club to continue promoting great authors like this! Take it away, Tara!

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Author Bio: Hi everyone! I am a licensed psychologist, author and speaker living in the Pacific Northwest. I grew up in Southern California and love being near the ocean. Some of my fondest memories of childhood are of swimming and snorkeling around Catalina Island. I have three grown children, three grandchildren and four dogs. Life is good! I’m Makai King coververy excited to introduce Makai King, which combines my love for the ocean with a wonderful fantasy carrying a positive message to young adults.

Blurb: Off the coast of Lanai, far beyond the sailboats, there is a hidden world beneath the beryl-blue sea, the marvelous kingdom of Moku-ola, a place where man and beast live in harmony.  Unknown and forbidden to those living above the surface, it has never been discovered….until now.


Forgiveness is a theme woven into the Makai series and a topic near and dear to my heart. Forgiveness is about so much more than what is going on between you and the person who hurt you; it’s about the state of your heart. When you harbor anger or bitterness for someone, your thoughts and emotions are captured by that situation, keeping you trapped, spiritually, emotionally and mentally.

Forgiving moves you forward, frees you and allows healing to occur. When you forgive you escape resentments’ trap and stop the grip of bitterness on your heart. When you hold on to hurts, you are the one who suffers, not the person who offended or harmed you. Forgiving doesn’t mean you have to remain in a bad relationship, condone the behavior, expose yourself to abuse or forget what happened. You can forgive and still hold someone accountable for his or her actions, or even break off the relationship altogether.

More and more research is finding that people who forgive experience lower levels of physical pain, anger, depression, blood pressure and heart rate.

Take a moment and examine your heart, it may be time to let go of the negative emotions holding you hostage. Be free to fully step into the person you were created to be.









IMG_0491Find Tara online: Twitter: @makaiqueen



Best wishes for good sales to Tara. Please take a few moments to view Tara’s work via her links. If you’re interested in membership with Rave Reviews Book Club just click the link to find out more and if you join tell them P. H. Solomon sent you.

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  1. You said, “When you harbor anger or bitterness for someone, your thoughts and emotions are captured by that situation, keeping you trapped, spiritually, emotionally and mentally.”

    I love that. Sold me and I went and purchased a cop of “Makai King”.

    I’ve always been pretty hard to anger and pretty fast to forget my anger. Nothing I do consciously on my part, but once I blow up, I’m over it. Plus, bad memory. I can’t remember to be angry. LOL I never could understand those who would go days or weeks without speaking because of anger. I could never remember not to speak. I had a friend like this who would give you the silent treatment if she was angry with you. I would laugh at her and kid her about it until she couldn’t stand it any more.;)

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  2. Hi Tara,
    Good to see you in the Spotlight. I enjoyed your discussion. Equally as important as forgiving others is for people to forgive themselves, as the absence of self-forgiveness can have the same detrimental effects.

    P.H., thanks for sharing your blog with Tara.

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  3. From the reviews this looks like an interesting book for children. Looks like adults can read it too. I’m putting this on my wish list. Congratulations Tara on your time in the Spotlight!

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