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"...an engaging page turner with complex and eccentric characters, as well as a riveting plot." ~ Music City Oracle
"The characters in this book are so realistic and well developed that reading the story almost feels like you've met them and understand their circumstances." ~ Serious Reading
Tanya, a reporter living in an eclectic neighborhood of bars and coffee shops, just wants is to be accepted by the musicians and artists that inhabit the world she's encroached on. When her boss assigns her to report on a one woman show, she's pulled deeper into the world of underground artists, and into a relationship with a performance artist only known as Cassia.
Tanya's dive into passion and depravity compels her investigate the enigma of Cassia, and the secrets she uncovers are darker than she imagined.
EVOLVED PUBLISHING PRESENTS a coming-of-age novel of literary merit that explores the questions of art, sexuality, religion, and belonging. [DRM-Free]
"This book explores not only the topic of sexuality, but also the intellectual questions that artists and art enthusiasts ask themselves. Art reflects human nature, with all its idiosyncrasies, imperfections and emotional upheavals. This story gives the reader a taste of how art, in its turn, can affect those who are closest to it. The characters from this book will stay with me for quite some time." ~ AlinasVoice
"Cassia is like a painting with many textures." ~ S. Kanton
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About the Author
I grew up in the suburbs of Dallas, TX, and moved all the way over to the next county… so, not very far. In high school, I was a serious and determined student with the goal of becoming a psychologist. However, an artistic desire awakened inside me during my late teens, and I became enamored with artists of all strains, and Deep Ellum became a home for my soul.
After a couple of years, I realized I would have to grow up eventually (actually, my mom realized that for me), so I went to nursing school and once again became a serious and determined student. While in school, I became fascinated with research, and after a few years of working as a floor nurse, I went into nephrology research and loved it!
Because just about everything interests me, I eventually picked up my long-dead hobby of writing, which I’m happy to say is now a budding career.