For me, perhaps the most significant take-away from reading Seasons is the realization that life has in fact outpaced the old notion of seasons. Today, people develop and mature at different paces, they are subjected to intense and rapid changes that break down the walls of traditional “life periods,” and they are often ill-prepared throughout their entire lives to deal with what happens to them. In essence, much as nature’s seasons are changing, Squire’s book suggests that so are our human seasons of life.
As a writer, Elizabeth Squires comes across as a caring, loving person. Seasons reflects the spirit of a person who loves to write. Squire’s profile says that “Uplifting others through life application and storytelling is her passion and purpose.” Her challenge now is to connect with readers who share that need and that passion.