To face myself and the struggles I went through and being the hero in my own books. I don’t have the challenge as Matica has, but different things. I had to struggle nearly all my life. Matica is me.
And as Mira and Matica are saying in my books:
‘Sometimes the worst and greatest problems in life cannot be solved. They can only be outgrown.’ And I have been outgrown them. Many times, I might say.
“I can do it. These four words are the most power-filled words.”
“Let your smile change the world, don’t let the world change your smile.”
“If you don’t know how to go on in life, whatever it might be, even if you have a disability, find a ‘condor’.”
Not really, for not everyone can find a condor, but whatever they would like to find and love, as Matica loves Talon.
That is just what Matica does in my book, TALON, COME FLY WITH ME. Now she can handle every obstacle…
What challenged Matica has dreamed ever since she first saw and befriended the condors Tamo and Tima in the first book, TALON, COME FLY WITH ME, is actually happening with their offspring Talon she and her father had rescued from poachers.
And now the incredible, unbelievable, remarkable and wonderful adventures with Talon begins after the incident that happened in Matica’s hut in the next book, TALON, ON THE WING.
Finally accepting Matica into their community because of that event and further events, the people from the village love seeing her with Talon and insist she tells them every day about her adventures with the condors.
Matica is now happy to be small because she can do no other can what she has dreamed of – fly. She has the time of her young life with Talon and now she knows what a great advantage she has for others.
In the meantime, her friendship with Amos continues to grow…
The adventures and near disasters with Talon never stop.