LARAMIE, Wyo. (PRWEB) February 10, 2015
While he was travelling, author Stan Thompson was inspired by Mexican folklore and thus, he writes “Fisherman’s Daughter,” (published by Xlibris) a fictional novel about searching for life’s realities that he considers as one of the most dangerous undertakings. For him, it destroys the world in which one lives.
They say, toward the end of a man’s life, he turns back to the water, but to a man named Jack W. Morris, it was time to hit the road and see something different. He could see he was leading into a changing landscape. He met Maria, the daughter of a fisherman who has gone missing by the sea. Jack questions an old man about Maria and he told him that the story about this fisherman’s daughter took place during the 1960s. Upon learning this, Jack realized he had become part of the story, an ongoing story, and he was going to have to just let it unfold. He thought something must have happened,
“This book will appeal to the ‘disenfranchised seeker of the truth,” says Thompson. “The world is presented with a “synthetic reality” full of pain suffering and tragedy. Discover the “forbidden knowledge” of who you are and why you’re here.”
A thought-provoking read, “Fisherman’s Daughter” suggests the possibility of many realities and perhaps they are there for one to choose.
By Stan Thompson
Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 132 pages | ISBN 9781503525795
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 132 pages | ISBN 9781503525801
E-Book | 132 pages | ISBN 9781503525818
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About the Author
Stan Warren Thompson, 64 years old, lives alone on a remote Wyoming homestead and pursues his interests in ranching, woodcutting, and travelling. He holds down a job in the oil fields to support his habits (the abovementioned activities). “Fisherman’s Daughter” is his first and only attempt at writing.
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