Australia (PRWEB) December 13, 2012
In her new book, Send In The Clowns, author Denise M. Cull, shares a true story of an extraordinary love and a rare glimpse into the undercurrents of the Catholic Church. Cull’s literary debut captures both the sweep of today’s most topical issues on marriage and religion and the personal struggles and joys of two people who share an unwavering love that transcends tradition and societal conventions.
Send In The Clowns is a biographical account that depicts the romance and eventual marriage of two first cousins. As a Franciscan friar for forty years, Eric is committed to the Church, constantly challenging its absurdities and hypocrisies. Eva, on the other hand, experienced the luxury of a life of freedom in Sweden. She adventured widely before settling down to married life and commitment as a wife and mother. When the two of them meet, they will find themselves embarking on an odyssey of discovery which will reveal who they really are and what it truly means to love.
Cull’s work is a deeply affecting, multi-layered story that mirrors the sudden twists and turns that make life challenging and ultimately more meaningful. At one level exists the journey of Eric and Eva to a life of honesty, intimacy, love and marriage. On another level, it is a story of healing and overcoming personal crisis—for Eric it is the frustrations and issues that he experiences in the Catholic Church and for Eva, a dysfunctional marriage marred by alcohol. Thought-provoking and inspiring, Send In The Clowns is a triumphant testament of the power of true love and how it can become the guiding light in the complex maze of life.
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About the Author
Denise M. Cull is a retired forensic psychologist living in Perth, Western Australia. Since her retirement she has become involved in writing, particularly ghostwriting biographical stories of others; Send In The Clowns is the third book of this type. In recent years she has been involved with community radio, as a live-to-air presenter as well as behind-the-scenes in administration and production. She has written and produced a 15-episode serialized radio production titled Deadly Inheritance- A Psychological Drama with a Supernatural Twist.
Cull has enjoyed the opportunity to travel and has written mini-travelogues of her various multicultural experiences which she plans to collate into audio books when time permits. As a former psychologist and life traveler, she has an innate curiosity about the workings of the human mind, the intricate web of life experiences that provide a backdrop for current and future personality development.
Send In The Clowns * by Denise M. Cull
A Love Story With A Difference
Publication Date: November 9, 2012
Trade Paperback; AU$29.99; 237 pages; 978-1-4797-3216-6
Trade Hardback; AU$49.99; 237 pages; 978-1-4797-3217-3
Ebook; AU$3.99; 978-1-4797-3218-0
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