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"Someday" Book Reviews

Regarding the manuscript: "… it is an incredibly inspiring and thought-provoking work. Your ability to weave together spiritual and philosophical ideas with personal reflections is truly remarkable, and we believe readers of all backgrounds will find something meaningful in your words.

The theme of evolution, of creation, constantly unfolding and expanding, is one that resonates deeply throughout the book. Your writing evokes a sense of wonder and awe at the vastness and complexity of the universe, and it is clear that you have a deep reverence for the natural world and its rhythms.

We particularly appreciated the way you approached spirituality and religion in your essays. Your words are inclusive and welcoming, recognizing that each person's journey is unique and valid. You offer guidance and support without prescribing a specific path or doctrine, allowing readers to find their own way.”

Amazon Publishing Team

"Daryl’s deep sense of spirituality and oneness is evident in his essays and reflections. This compilation is a brilliant collection of positive, inspiring messages of hope, understanding, and encouragement.   Each piece speaks both independently and to every audience offering inspiration and clarity.  This is a book I will refer to over and over again."

                                              Julie Ramsey 


“ I remember the day I encouraged you to use your wisdom and words for the articles you wrote for the Brighton Blade.  Who could have foretold they would one day bring forth a beautiful book of encouragement?  I love the cover art --- and I will certainly be reading from it often.    These days we need to offer such hope and encouragement to others, and your reflections offer such hope!”

Susan Dyer


“I wanted to let you know that I do not like to read books too much, BUT I have actually been reading your book and enjoying it quite a lot.  Some of the essays are going to be meaningful to whomever reads the book. It can reach a wide audience."

David Gill