HIGHLANDS RANCH, CO (August 4, 2015) – Wind Crest retirement community resident Royalene Doyle has published "Fireproof Proverbs, A Writer's Study of Words" (Outskirts Press, Parker, CO). It is a thought-provoking guide that both encourages and teaches. And it is an insightful devotional book for aspiring, tired, or distracted writers – a book that awakens and motivates a writer's giftedness.
Doyle, knows that too many writers are hesitant to write what they've been given knowing that the next step will be to release it into the world. In "Fireproof Proverbs, A Writer's Study of Words," she has done just that -- written the words, created the pages and now sends this book to writer colleagues as an exhortation to join her in this amazing journey.
As a freelance writer/ghostwriter/blogger, Doyle discovered that the majority of her writing projects were fermenting in notebooks and computer files-with no real thought to complete them. Without being conscious of it, she had separated her writing career from her spiritual life attempting to be productive on her own.
Then the opportunity to teach advanced writing in a small school environment was set before her. As she developed weekly lesson plans the Book of Proverbs became inspiring words of encouragement for her and her students.
Since that time the Lord has faithfully guided the completion of many successful projects-including multiple non-fiction books, memoirs, books of photography and verse, and a cookbook-through her work within Doyle Writing Services.
Then came the formation of "Fireproof Proverbs, A Writer's Study of Words" as the Lord re-introduced her to the Book of Proverbs and her enjoyment of words was further enhanced by the inspiration she found there.
Doyle has been a writer since she first put pencil to paper. She has worked as editor/writer for an International Christian ministry and is listed in the Who's Who Among America's Teachers, 2002-2007. She is married to Dr. Hayward "Woody" Doyle, Jr. They enjoy their four daughters, five grandchildren and ten great-grandchildren.