A Gift… The Magical Pen

Magical Pen

Do you ever have one of those days you simply know is going to be Magical?

The sun glimmered off the water, while the seagulls squawked above me, as I was about to walk the Poulsbo waterfront.  Previously, I noticed an elderly gentleman walking his dog so this time I stopped to say “Good Morning.”  In chatting, I learned this man and I had several commonalities in life.  We both loved MAGIC!  William Mash, kindly gifted me with his book, The Magical Pen.  This positive and fun book delights me as it is a series of stories about the successes people create in their lives due to the discovery and use of a “magical” pen.

This pen draws people together as they miraculously generate success in their formerly traumatic lives.  Who would suspect that due to finding and using an ordinary pen that their life would suddenly turn around and bring them the joy and success they dreamed of owning?  Often times we give up on life or our activities, but this pen helped people succeed by using their own resourcefulness.  We just have to TRY.

The Magical Pen also brings its’ magic into my life through connecting me to charming people like Mr. Mash and his artistic talents.  You can find this fun and charming book on Amazon.


About Gwynn Rogers

After 20 years of sales and marketing experience in the fields of real estate, high tech, and corporate travel, Gwynn has moved on to the career of “Grandma.” When not teaching her granddaughters an extensive vocabulary of “alley-oop-boop, ups-a-daisy, cowabunga or bummer”, Gwynn can be found hunting for mentors for the Kitsap Youth Mentoring Consortium, or chasing her fantasies on her treadmill. Gwynn currently freelances for magazines.
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2 Responses to A Gift… The Magical Pen

  1. Gulara says:

    What a wonderful review, Gwynn, and I too love magic. Wouldn’t it be wonderful to have a pen like that to heal lives and reconnect people at a deeper level. Ah, here’s to magic!

    • Gwynn Rogers says:

      Yes, I LOVE magic. It was so fun watching people’s lives change as they picked up the pen. Maybe that is what writing does for writers… do you think?

      The author of the book is an 84 year old, quick-witted and friendly gentleman whose imagination soars. I love chatting with him and his dog when I am on my walks along the waterfront.

      Thank you for comment. I’ll send you a note later.

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