Wheeling, W. Va. (PRWEB) May 19, 2015
Artist Shough has released her first book titled “The Invisible Tsunamis” (published by Xlibris). This literary debut is a thought-provoking work that covers topics such as the balance of control, ethics and the evolution of humanity and natural laws.
Shough shares that she wrote “The Invisible Tsunamis” as a way to point out what she calls “unseen laws” that are at work in the world. These laws have been taking place and progressing since the beginning of humanity. By exposing these invisible forces, the author brings to the surface the dynamics and misinterpretations in cultural relationships. She also leads the way to a more enlightened way of cultural exchange.
“This book exposes the invisible forces of control in individuals and cultures and explains that the spiritual resolutions to both are the same,” Shough says, “This is what makes it different to me along with understanding the dynamics at work.”
“The Invisible Tsunamis” is an interesting book that addresses the ever-shifting cultural and relational landscape of today. Above all, it empowers readers with the awareness that there is a way to bridge these cultural and relational gaps.
“The Invisible Tsunamis”
Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 88 pages | ISBN 9781503546295
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 88 pages | ISBN 9781503546301
E-Book | 88 pages | ISBN 9781503546318
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Shough holds a Bachelor of Arts degree. She has painted in Europe and sculpted in New York. She has owned and operated two small businesses and presently has an online business which she started independently.
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