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In many instances, less is more
Allowing our thoughts to soar
Too much information confuses
Even though at times it amuses
The character and plot of a book
Change what we feel, our outlook
Based on a few lines of prose
Is it a garden or the meadows
The writer’s description minimal
Certainly won’t be predictable
As imagination fills in the lines
Very satisfying these outlines
One of the locations mentioned in my novel Prisoner on Holiday.
I visited several years ago. Happily, endlessly, wandering, entranced by the story of how a limestone quarry underwent a metamorphosis to become this spectacular world renown garden.
We were completely captivated as we traversed paths that carried us into such a variety and plethora of beauty as the Japanese Garden,the Italian Garden to the Sunken Garden and everything in between.
An even more spectacular, if possible, joy awaited us as the Night Illumination began. Immediately the Garden was transformed into an idyllic magical wonderland so changed it was if we were wandering through a completely different and undiscovered landscape.
Later that evening, as we sat on the lawn awaiting the Fireworks display just beyond the fountain and surrounded by willow trees, we were sincerely touched as we watched expectancy become rapture and excitement became delight. Little faces and adults alike oohing and awing throughout reflecting our thoughts and emotions
Release day is upon us!
As an introductory offer I am proud to announce that I am publishing my first mystery novel ebook at the low price of $2.99!!!
It is available on July 31st, 2016 in epub, mobi, lrf, pdb formats, as well as online reader through HTML at Smashwords, Apple iBooks, Amazon, and many other distributers.
Smashwords offers a free samples of my book and you can read the first 65 pages for free at no cost!!
Prisoner Book Description
A suspenseful mystery about a heroin named Selina whom unwittingly becomes center stage in a drama involving a detective agency, espionage, a missing fiance and the CIA.
The journey begins to unfold at Selina’s work place, her boss vehemently and staunchly believing in her innocence begins an investigation into the allegations of espionage. With a vast amount of unknowns in the air and danger surrounding those at the center of the allegations agents must separate fact from fiction. It soon becomes apparent to all, that Selina is merely an unwitting pawn in a march larger game that dates back years, and must be protected. A mystery that entangles past, present, and future Selina becomes the target, and her holiday becomes the focal point of unraveling the mystery tightly engulfing her closest friends and family. With her strength of character, determination, and choice to become a willing pawn, protect those she loves most dear while drawing out the sinister mastermind behind the caper. The door to romance opens but dare she walk through a second time? Will revealing the answers to Selina’s mystery free her while ensnaring the guilty?