Born in Southern California, Harley White double-majored in English and Psychology. She lived in Big Sur for 12 years, where she wrote a Trilogy of Musical Theater works based on fairy tales. Later she moved to Granada, Spain, with her second husband. The tragedies referred to in her book called, The Autobiography of a Granada Cat – As told to Harley White, are the deaths in the 1990s of her only two, adult children from her first marriage. She attributes her survival and present wellbeing to her practice of Nam Myōhō Renge Kyō. She is currently contributing her efforts to the book and website project of various Buddhist writings of Nichiren Daishōnin, which can be seen at the following link...
Some of her literary offerings include poetry, songs, stories, short and long, and works based on fairy tales. She loves classical music, playing the flute... all animals, especially cats... and much, much more. She is a born word-lover and is now well into a massive opus dealing in fairy tales, musical theater, poetry, and awakenings. She has written, among other genres, stream of consciousness, surrealistic theater of the absurd, and mixed media works of interior monologues, dialogues...
Below are some links for the book, The Autobiography of a Granada Cat – As told to Harley White, which is available in Spanish as well...
Websites about the book...
Mama-cat book in various formats and in Spanish...
At Barnes and Noble in a color edition…
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The Autobiography of a Granada Cat as told to Harley White
by Harley White
We present to you The Autobiography of a Granada Cat as told to Harley White, The author weaves the tale of a stray cat inhabiting the steep winding, cobbled streets of the Albayzin, Granada. When an American expatriate couple adopts her, life events, art, history, vivid imagery and deep heart-felt experiences ensue to soak in, feel, suffer, and enjoy. A "must read" for all cat lovers. Color.
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