Realms: The Continuing Tales of Raven, Coyote, & the Rest

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AuthorHouse, 2009 - Fiction - 124 pages
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This is my third collection of Spirit Animal Tales. Following in the steps of The Voice Of Coyote and The Way It Was, the Spirits are still sharing their stories. Coyote, Raven, and the rest keepin' on, with all their humor, pathos, lessons, and irony. As before, these stories run the gamet from cutely simplistic to maturely complicated. Likewise, though they are often filtered through my own mind, my experiences, my times, they are not my stories. I am a conduit, perhaps even a catalyst at times; always a chronicler of a gift given. The one constant in each of these tales is 'Spirit'. The Spirits of Raven, Coyote, a horde of animals and humans, the earth, sky and sea intereact and form these writings. Also, I herein place two tales of long before my Quest, tales of the Dog World, one of which is deffinately a children's story. These were gifts long before I realized there were such gifts. For these, I am ever greatful and I am honored to be finaly able to share them. My one word of caution to the reader is this. Many ideas are covered in these books and don't be surprised if a button or two may be pushed. I find it fascinating that when people come and talk to me about the books, each has at least one particular story that has touched them. There seem to be no group favorites (or unfavorites). I see this as proof that certain stories were given for certain people. In any event, whether you are a previous reader or would care to begin your journey through this entertaining world of Spirit, this myriad maze of manic happenstance, you are humbly invited. There are Realms without number and Coyote and the others are ready to speak.

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