“Close your eyes, and picture a place you’re yearning to be.
A place that is beautiful and comforting, where everything is hopeful and alive.”
– Thomas Kinkade, The Painter of Light
Summer Reading… Download one of my E-Books http://www.tinyindiewhimsy.com Dantalion Of The Goetia: Legacy (Fantasy Fiction/Paranormal Romance), The Silent Serenade (Poetry/Photography) or Tiny House Tale (Documentary) for a chance to Win a Free Paperback of your Choice! Post a review on Amazon of the book and comment on my site… Nothing like a real book in your hand for Summer Reading… as always, Thank you for Supporting Indie Authors!
FANTASY FICTION: Dantalion Of the Goetia: Legacy, a story of angels, demons and forbidden love interlaced in this dark fantasy of Dantalion, a condemned demon summoned from an ancient 17th century book of magick, the ‘Goetia’, creating an unexplainable relationship of love, obsession and redemption.
DOCUMENTARY: Tiny House Tale, story of a single mother’s Tiny House journey.
POETRY & PHOTOGRAPHY: The Silent Serenade, an inspirational book of poetry and photography taken around the world of some of nature’s most beautiful places.
Author Tina M.E. is recipient of Editor’s Choice Award for Outstanding Achievements in Poetry, a freelance writer, journalist, past advocate for young adult writers in her community, supporter of Indie Authors and Publishers, and long time follower of the Tiny House Movement and all things whimsical!
A Fortune Cookie quote says: “Do not pursue happiness, Create it!” Tiny House in NY Adirondacks planning for hopeful new local greenhouse! Although Summertime is finally here, thoughts of our long cold Winters make this endeavor something hopeful and alive to look forward to… As always, thank you for supporting Indie! God Bless!
“The Courtyard slept now…they called the altar “Angel’s Tears,” faded…forgotten…yet the marks remained. Deep brands that bind us to our demons. The damp steady rain washed away every trace of Dantalion and Laurel’s memory, now only empty, cold stone. If only the human eye could see. I saw her there…innocent, bloodless, alone. Beautiful, succumbed to the moon’s embrace, every mortal sin bled from her soul. Every single memory pulsed through her, every sweetness and every sorrow…she was to be the Legacy of the grimoire and I was to bleed for her…” – Tina M.E. Excerpt from Dantalion Of The Goetia: Legacy http://www.tinyindiewhimsy.com