Plateau: Beyond the Trees, Beyond 2012

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W’Hyani was born strong, willful, and the predestined Keeper of the Crystal Heart, the significance of which she is unaware. Her fortitude is tested unrelentingly. She comes face-to-face with herself in an ultimate battle that would shrink the will of the most intrepid warrior, unaware that the outcome will irrevocably impact all beings on earth and beyond. More

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About Tina Frisco

Tina Frisco is an author, singer-songwriter-performer, RN, shaman apprentice, and activist. She was born in the USA in Pennsylvania, attended nursing school in New York, and currently lives in California. She began writing as a child, composing little songs and poems. She received her first guitar at age 14, which launched her passion for music and song-writing. She has performed publicly over the years, in many local venues. Her publishing history includes book reviews, essays, articles in the field of medicine, and her début novel - Plateau: Beyond the Trees, Beyond 2012 - published in July 2012. Included in her pursuits are writing, reading, music, and exploring nature.

After watching one too many doomsday documentaries regarding the supposed end of the Mayan calendar on December 21, 2012, she felt disheartened and was compelled to write a novel of hope.

During this time of great change, the question millions are asking across the globe is: Will love prevail over fear? PLATEAU proffers a dash of insight and a bounty of hope.

What she wishes to say to her readers is that we must keep our hearts open, act from love instead of react from fear, and practice gratitude and compassion within every moment and with every breath. In so doing, we'll help elevate the human species to a higher consciousness, facilitating both personal and global peace. And above all, we must harm none and walk in beauty...

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Review by: Victoria Zigler on July 29, 2016 :
This book made for an interesting, and very thought-provoking, read. It felt more like a collection of connected short stories than one entire story though.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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