Cherylrese Barconia is a creative, loving writer who embraces the characters of her newly released novel Broken Vessels (River Flow Publishing, 2012). This book captivates the essence of living life with the pain and mask of unforgiveness eating away and fermenting the heart while piercing the soul. Exposing the lives and experiences of eight ordinary women journeying separately but cohesively, Barconia entangles herself with each personality to seize the moments of brokenness, mending, healing and restoration.
Growing up in Saginaw, Michigan Cherylrese encountered many situations where she was able to observe women from all walks of life become women that mask and conceal pain, equating to unforgiveness. Directly after high school, entering into the military seemed to be the logical and most practical thing to do. Searching for a higher purpose and explanation for life and it’s meaning, Barconia stepped into the first role of the woman she was destined to be. Sergeant Barconia, as it was inevitable, after six year, received the initial training, as a Personnel Specialist, necessary to equipped her for the consequent assignments she would endeavor. Whenever chosen, and placed on retrospected paths there is testimony and victory for every story in every situation. The years spent in the United States Air Force brought testimony expressed through some of the quests in Broken Vessels
Cherylrese ‘s title is “Seeking God through Brokeness