Monday, February 17, 2014
Wednesday, April 4, 2012
Tuesday, April 3, 2012
I'm working with the multi-talented Michelle Davidson Argyle on a new cover for Dancing in the Shadows of Love.
Here's the first new mock-up, using the original cover's artwork:
Brilliant, isn't it? What do you think?
Wednesday, December 7, 2011
|Born a Pale One, persecuted for her difference,|
Lulu learns it's easier to hate than to love.
At first, she seeks love in its lowest form: romantic love. In her loneliness, she misunderstands Sub-Prioress Dalia’s compassion, and her love turns to hatred.
Monday, October 17, 2011
|"Here rests in honoured glory|
A Comrade in Arms
Known but to God"
Image purchased from iStock
Wanting to change the world and stop The War, Dawud, Zahra's grandson, goes off to fight The War.
But, Dawud's sacrifice - as was his parents' before him - is meaningless, for The War continues, generation after generation.
But what happens to Lulu, Jamila and Zahra while Dawud is off fighting The War?
Overwhelmed by the minutia of living an ordinary life, the women battletheir "enemy": their emotional wounds and their inner demons in a harsh world that offers little hope of a restoration of order that will bring them the happiness they long for.
Read more about helping bring peace to the world in this post Looking Inward for Peace
Read about the other themes in Dancing in the Shadows of Love by clicking on the links below:
The Nature of Prejudice; the Illusion of Difference
What is Love?
Thursday, September 1, 2011
How would you define the relationship between love and charity?
Saturday, August 27, 2011
Richard III, Act V, Sc iii, Line 201
Chapter 4 (Lulu)
“What private griefs they have, alas, I know not.”
Chapter 12 (Zahra)
“One that loved not wisely, but too well”
Hamlet, Act IV, sc v, Line 43
The Merchant of Venice, Act IV, sc I, Line 88