KAYLA is a mysterious and beautiful story.
In Book Two Kayla travels halfway across the world to Newfoundland Canada, the country of her ancestors and of her dreaming… CLICK HERE FOR YOUR COPY: KAYLA – BOOK TWO You are welcome to read it for free or if you would like to make a contribution you can donate any amount … Continue reading KAYLA Book Two is here!
Almost ready to launch Kayla – Book Two!
It is hard to remain buoyant in these troubled times so I wanted to write a story of hope and affinity. A story that reclaims the possibility of deep elemental connection that, not so many generations ago, was ours as creatures sharing this earth, water, air, fire and space.
This novella is the first book of KAYLA, complete in itself but one of a series, a bit like this journey of life.
Clean water is the most primary need and right of every living being.
Rather than play the waiting game with the publishing industry to decide the merit of my tale, I am making the story available now, here online.
On that note, any thoughts and feedback would be most welcome.
KAYLA is available as a download in pdf format – click link below the reviews for your copy
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Kayla’s journey carries us through…
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Just finished reading Kayla. I really love it, just awesome. Vital evocative message. Beautiful imagery. It made my heart sing.
First light earth’s light rim greyed with storm. First awareness born as wind’s realm swirls whispering promise of your coming… Full rounded belly pregnant cloud hangs, waiting, as do I… Electric otherworld rumbles as you turn my way and I taste, in the flaring intensity, your elemental urgency for expression, for connection, for release. … Continue reading For Nettie
As a shift in the current, a quickening, you appear through my day to play across my lips as a smile that lightens these eyes. Ethereal one, shimmering at the edge of my psyche, how strangely you touch my senses From afar… Could I, from here reach for your hand and thank you … Continue reading From afar
It’s been a long time, old friend, made longer by the fullness of years passing. No doubt your life, like mine, was flush with chapters of life insistent, laying claim to every precious irredeemable moment. Dislodging the last, replacing the past with that ceaseless passion for next page, the next story, the next truth. Yet … Continue reading For Ronny
Today I watched over the fjord counting the years since I fell into the ocean of your loving. Captivated, as the water in fathoms immeasurable, between sculpted cliff and boulder, leaning shoulder to shoulder, like the hours and days passing. Keepers of memory and time, these ancient guides, scribe in watermarks indelibly in their … Continue reading Today I watched over the fjord
Drawn back to the café my friend smiles, welcoming. And I am reminded of those who trust in the thread of tangibility that defines my life line. Who take what I cannot see and reflect with angles, subtle and unexpected, the nature of my presence on their path.