About Plays Of Light

 

Transformative change can hurt like Hell. 

But sometimes it’s necessary to make it to Heaven.  

About Plays Of Light

 

Transformative change can hurt like Hell. 

But sometimes it’s necessary to make it to Heaven.  

All three heroines in Plays Of Light have a mystery or incongruity to resolve before they can evolve to their highest potential. The girl from NorCal who shows up first has a name that means Black One – she descends from the Roma Gypsies and grows up to have two Souls on fire. Remy: a name suitable for a boy or girl, it means oarsman or else fine champagne and brandy. And George: a name with manly associations, meaning farmer or tiller of the soil. 

All three heroines in Plays Of Light have a mystery or incongruity to resolve before they can evolve to their highest potential. The girl from NorCal who shows up first has a name that means Black One – she descends from the Roma Gypsies and grows up to have two Souls on fire. Remy: a name suitable for a boy or girl, it means oarsman or else fine champagne and brandy. And George: a name with manly associations, meaning farmer or tiller of the soil. 

After tragedy strikes, this superwoman-in-training moves her family to Nashville so that she can reinvent herself, then step into her power. A lot goes down in the little yellow farmhouse on Johnston Street, but she’s too busy with her studies at Vanderbilt to absorb every last detail.  

Thank God, the sage gardener over the fence has got ample time. Mary is a crone with natural not mythical powers, firmly rooted in her own heritage. Over the years, Mary will befriend one of her neighbors despite the age gap – then scratch her head and say “Well, now, if that ain’t the darndest thang.” And she’ll be right. Remy’s trans experience with music as the courage for her dear heart will be nothing short of miraculous – and the ripple effect outward to her family members truly remarkable on all counts.  

But where are all our heroes? There are arguably three actors who fit that bill: Giles, Peter and Cyrus. Whether or not you end up believing in all of them depends on your perspective. The first two men appear in this author’s gift to you of the first thirteen chapters; the third sits proudly on the other side of it in chapter fourteen. Cy is bound to stand up as an archetype from the best of both worlds, old and new, and help save a life – because killer endings aren’t just for thrillers anymore. 

With a warm, surreal atmosphere illuminating cold, harsh reality, Plays Of Light respectfully requests that readers suspend their disbelief and save a little room in their hearts for the unimaginable, even the unthinkable. Then, let go the reins of social construct and labels to go down the rabbit hole and explore a whole new wonderland – where the truth may seem stranger than fiction – until it’s befriended and recognized as kin.

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The first thirteen chapters of Plays Of Light are free to you. Listen to the novel or read it digitally with a downloadable audio file and ebook. 

INVEST FOR THE REST

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INVEST FOR THE REST

Have you already read the first thirteen chapters and want to know what happens?

Buy the entire ebook or audiobook of  Plays Of Light.