Fates of Three People Intertwine in Diana Colson’s New Novel

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Destined lovers are united by the specter of a child in ‘Triple Destiny’.

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In her new novel, “Triple Destiny”, author Diana Colson takes readers on a mystical, romantic journey to exotic places in a story of loss, love and reincarnation.

In her new novel, “Triple Destiny” (published by Abbott Press), author Diana Colson takes readers on a mystical, romantic journey to exotic places in a story of loss, love and reincarnation.

Catherine Scanlon runs a small dance studio in the Midwest. Her 6-year-old daughter, Katie, is captivated by Balinese dance with its fabled characters, glorious costumes, and dancers as young as she. When Catherine’s troubled, alcoholic husband, Luke, becomes violent, Catherine takes Katie and escapes. They hide in Florida in hopes that Luke will not find them.

In Sarasota, they meet Dr. Nick Kontos, a marine biologist at the city’s world-class aquarium, who is drawn to the beautiful Catherine and her enchanting daughter. The three have barely become acquainted when tragedy strikes and their worlds are blown apart. “Triple Destiny” traces the path which first separates and then reunites these three fated characters on the far side of the world.

An excerpt from “Triple Destiny”:

“He was so tuned into her by now that he had but one goal, to express caring and human contact. Nick wanted only to bring beauty back into Catherine’s shattered life, and to erase the terrible anger and tragedy she had experienced. In that moment, he became an artist-lover capable of expressing things he never knew existed.”

“Triple Destiny”
By Diana Colson
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 238 pages | ISBN 9781458209047
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 238 pages | ISBN 9781458209023
E-Book | ISBN 9781458209030
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author
Writer, composer and award-winning filmmaker Diana Colson has created book, music, and/or lyrics for three stage productions. She has also produced 16 short films. Her travels to exotic, far-flung locations have inspired much of her work, including “Triple Destiny,” her debut novel. A freelance journalist, she resides in Sarasota, Fla., with her husband, sculptor Frank Colson.

Abbott Press, a division of Writer’s Digest – the oldest and most respected publisher devoted to the education and advancement of writers – is an indie-publishing imprint dedicated to helping writers bring their literary vision to print. Author Solutions, LLC., a leader in indie book publishing, will fulfill publishing, sales, and marketing services for Abbott Press. For more information, or to begin publishing a book today, log on to abbottpress.com or call 866-697-5310.

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