End of an Era
A tall beautiful blond woman in her middle years stood in her office at the top of a very tall building in the center of the University of Tali. Her big blue eyes had traces of smile lines around their outer corners from years of smiling and laughing. Her small pointed nose separated the incredible eyes from her perfectly shaped, full lipped mouth. Here too were the beginnings of smile lines, but she was not smiling now. Her face held the look of concern for the first time in many years as she stood contemplating her accomplishments and failures in building a new type of university. She had spent her entire adult life creating a place of truly open and accepting academia.
Trali looked out of the window of her private office. From here she could see many of the other university buildings. Nearest was the School of Medicine. One of her greatest achievements had been getting the traditional medical professionals to accept the art of healing using the power colors as being valid and real. Now there was a whole wing dedicated to the study of medical power arts. They had been able to discover weaves to cure many of the most incurable illnesses and injuries including severe brain trauma and autism, and numerous forms of cancer.....
.....In years to come, the lives of Lia, Seala and Torl would become entwined and would change the lives of all humanity. This is the story of how it all began.
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|Series:||Power Colors Saga , #3|
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|Age Range:||18 Years|
About the Author
A dedicated reader and writer, I have always loved a good character. Heroic magicians, iconic warriors, and everyday people who overcome adversity are what I seek in both my reading and my writing. Some of my favorite books are Andre Norton's Witch World series, Anne McCaffrey's Dragonriders, and Christopher Stasheff's Warlock series. I like to take characters that are believable and show how they overcome long odds to succeed, or simply adapt to their environment to accomplish happiness for themselves and others. For me, writing is just like reading, I may know how the story is going to eventually end, but the joy is in the journey that unfolds day by day.