McAlpin, FL (Vocus) October 29, 2010
In an eye-opening story that unravels the truth of how the future inherits the past, author Kay C. Meredith whisks her literary pen to weave the past, future, environment, romance, and more into one spellbinding book. A very timely read, with its emphasis on environmental health, and a timeless tale, with its highlight on a seemingly improbable love, Inherit the Damselfly is destined to find its market among the sensitive, intelligent and artistic of modern society as readers follow the journey of Sidney Marsh, a naturalist whose life exposes the popular insults to global environmental health from her seat in rural north central Florida.
Parallels that exist among living things are evident with every rise of the sun and descent of the moon and science bears it influence on all aspects of environmental health. Sidney reflects upon and diligently performs the duties of an ancestral philosophy urging that wild lands are sustainable only through a joining of inheritance and preservation. As the earth suffers unsolicited human engagements and perpetual renewal sparks evolutionary change, the variant Damselfly is born, as is the love between this well-founded, impassioned woman and one well-grounded, enchanting man; a relationship that’s best described as felicitous and exceedingly rare.
Neither a cruel nor a comedic attack on the growing condition of wild landscapes, this is the story of universal cadence and measure through a young woman’s personal exploration, advances of reason, and consent to intimacy. Every aspect of this story represents a larger reality and loftier ideals. It travels the quintessential path to enlightenment via inheritance of and dedication to all manner of truth.
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About the Author
Kay C. Meredith resides with her husband in a delightfully small town which local historians regard as a former large lake basin. Their home exists among the sink holes, crystal springs, and remaining core of ancient live oaks of rural, north central Florida. Her youthful essence was formed when communing with nature was more than a symbolic gesture. Her messages tout the regenerating effects of starlight, raindrops, and the color green.
Inherit the Damselfly * by Kay C. Meredith
Publication Date: March 14, 2007
Trade Paperback; $17.84; 145 pages; 978-1-4257-5487-7
Trade Hardback; $27.89; 145 pages; 978-1-4257-5506-5
eBook; $9.99; 978-1-4535-9533-6
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