Author: Renea Simpson
True. Not merely ostensible, nominal or apparent: the real reason for an act. Existing or occurring as fact rather than imaginary, ideal, or fictitious: a story taken from real life. Being an actual thing having objective existence, not imaginary: “True events you will see in the _ I’m are real and not just made up. Being actually such, not merely so-called: a real victory genuine, not counterfeit, artificial or imitation; authentic.
Renea Simpson a native of Florence, Alabama and a 1979 graduate of Coffee high school, Florence, Alabama. She served in United States Army, retiring in 1989. Attended Faulkner University (Florence, Alabama), from 1992 to 1996, receiving Associate of Arts degree in Theology. Attended Heritage Christian University, 1998 to 2001, receiving an Associate of Arts degree in Theology. Currently Renea is pursuing her first passion, writing poetry and short stories. Her belief on life is: