Do stories have power?
Have you read a story that has changed the way you see the world?
Are you living a story?
Is there a story in your family?
In Hue of Yellow we learn how a character remembers his family story through a moment when painting with the colour yellow. He recalls a Springtime from his youth which changed his way of being. The tale became a competition winner and is now free on Amazon.
The remaining stories in this anthology deal with relationships and the way we perceive the world. How a meeting changed the life of Ada Lovelace when she met Mr Babbage back in the Victorian era. Ada, everyone feared, was in danger of catching the family madness, from her father, Lord Byron. The short tale is told through Charles Dickens’ point of view as he was her friend and was with her when she died. The story was the inspiration for the play, The Music of Mathematics.
Further tales are of a muse spurned alongside memories of Ryan’s Daughter and magical verité. Perfect chunk-sized pieces to enjoy with morsels of chocolate over this weekend of reflection and powerful stories.
I hope you enjoy them and they can be downloaded for free for five days over Easter.
I would love to hear about your favourite stories, those that have made a difference in your life.
And if you have any feedback on my collection, I would love to be able to put them on my wall to enjoy.
Wishing you a happy holiday with your chocolate and stories,
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