“ AN INSPIRING ILLUSTRATED
VERSE IS LIKE A SONG FOR THOSE WHO CANNOT SING! ”
~ Richard Lawrence Belford ~
Richard’s genuine desire is to provide comfort, faith & hope to those in grief,
and illustrates his inspirational writings with photography.
These inspirational illustrations as Richard calls them, were first published in the May 2007 issue of Max Publishing’s
Progressive Greetings Magazine; “The No.1 trade bible for everyone who is in the greeting card industry.”
Richard also had his parables “A Mother’s Work Is Never Done" and "God Only Knows"
published by Mountain Wings; “The world’s largest inspirational email."
with over one million subscribers in a hundred and twenty-five countries.
He has always hoped his work could be offered on inspirational products, similar to the successful way the Footprints
poem has been and has now had his inspirational writings featured on a series of 8.5" X 11" wall décor designed by;
Reed Photo Art & Imaging Inc.
retailers can purchase them wholesale in any size up to a maximum of 48" X 120" by registering at: asignofwisdom.com
Richard’s writing has also been published in the September 2010, January 2011, July 2011 and June 2012 issues
of Mulberry Publication’s Funeral Service Times; “The United Kingdom’s largest circulation funeral magazine.”
and his inspirational illustrations "If Not For You" and "Remember When" have both been published in
Funerals Today Magazine, of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
In May 2011 Richard sent his poem “A Mother’s Work Is Never Done" to The Duke Of Cambridge, Prince William,
who replied from Saint James Palace thanking him for his thoughtful letter and beautiful poem and In the spring of 2013
his artwork entitled; “In The Blink Of An Eye” was published on the 9/11 Memorial Artist’s Registry.
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Richard has had his parables and inspirational illustrations published in a number
of journals, magazines & periodicals,
listed on this website’s Publishing Credits Page and he invites you to view a selection of his writings on its Parable's Page.