Inspiration, Musings & Immersion
When Cressida discovers she is pregnant, her overwhelming fear is she will pass on her father’s violent DNA. It takes an ancient matriarchal culture to teach her otherwise.
Dancing the Labyrinth moves between contemporary and ancient Crete in this tale of a young woman from an abusive background who discovers the veiled history of Europe’s most advanced civilization of the Bronze Age – the Minoans.
PERFECT FOR FANS OF MADELINE MILLER’S CIRCE, PAT BARKER’S THE SILENCE OF THE GIRLS AND KATHLEEN MCGOWAN’S THE EXPECTED ONE
the Bringer of Happiness
We meet Sara as a swaddled babe in a hammock in Jerusalem 34 AD. The child of Jesus and Mary Magdalene, Sara is extraordinary in that she time travels forward into people’s bodies. Through this (almost true) tale of death and destiny and soul’s purpose, we join Sara as she journeys from Jerusalem to Egypt to Crete and finally France.
the Bringer of Happiness is an (almost true) story that merges myth, odyssey and destiny in a weaving tale of truth and imagination.
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Dancing the Labyrinth is available in Greek from Radamanthys Publications (Chania, Crete), and Bilingual Bookshop (Sydney, Australia)
Greek version available
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