I always felt an uncanny “imprint,” in the atmosphere around the property and often felt as I was somehow drawn back into the distant past.
TOOWOOMBA, Australia (PRWEB) January 06, 2015
Australia boasts one of the oldest surviving cultures in modern society. While the beauty of the outback is filled with incredible people and stories, it is also dangerous and unpredictable.
Lainey May introduces and writes about the unknown history in her book, “Even the Land Cries!” Two brothers set out on an adventure to discover and thrive off of their designated property. Unbeknownst to them, the brutal power of untamed nature will not be their only battle.
“The book unlocks responses and behaviors motivating two cultures that has had an uncanny influence on the land,” Lainey said.
The fictional tale is inspired by her time living and working in the outback. The setting of the book is based off of the property in which she lived. Aboriginal culture and lesser-known Australian history are delicately interwoven throughout the novella.
“I always felt an uncanny “imprint,” in the atmosphere around the property and often felt as I was somehow drawn back into the distant past.” Lainey said.
For more information, visit http://www.laineymay.com/
Even the Land Cries!
By Lainey May
Available in softcover, hardcover, e-book
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Balboa Press
About the Author
Lainey May is an author and painter living in Australia with her husband. Lainey has published two books, “Even the Land Cries!” and “A Place in Time.” Her unique experiences regarding the life and culture of the outback inspire her writing.
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