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ANOVELLA IN 8CHAPTERS
The raven appears in the mythology of the Celts and many others. It often represents prophecy and insight, connecting the material world with the world of spirits.
My characters -- an Irishwoman in a Druid society, a black Williams College student during the Black Movement, 17th-century buccaneers in the Caribbean, and I, myself, straddling two centuries as I emigrated from San Francisco to Sicily to Britain to Portugal -- seem disparate.
However, in whatever time or place, they have one thing in common:
Their journey toward freedom.
SACRED WATERS: 19 AND PREGNANT
As women, we often carry secrets about our pasts to our deaths.
I was told that the river in Listowel, County Kerry, was named after a woman who, upon spotting her approaching husband, drowned herself.
Feale suffered the irony of marriage to a Druid bard of peace who beat her.
Hundreds of years later, at Williams College in Massachusetts, amid the Black Movement and the Watergate scandal, a student battled expectations.
The two women carried the same secret and . . . the same soul.
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