"What ebony eyes; dark as the night from which I came!"
Hathor has been an outcast for as long as she could remember. The first time she laid eyes on the great Pharaoh of Kemet, she knew their fates were intertwined. What's more, she fell in love with the King who didn't know she existed.
Events take a sudden and unexpected turn when all the parts of an ancient prophecy begin to point directly at her. All it takes is one desperate act on her part to change everything. In time, Hathor's real identity finally becomes her. She isn't human.
Knowledge of an ancient prophecy, a river of Fire, and the inevitable unification of three objects called "The Ankhs", sets the world of Humans into a race against time!
Today, many people have forgotten that they know how to read.
I understand that this isn't the 1850s, and that not all young men and women aspire to become the next great poet; Blake, Byron, Buson.
The author of this book boasts a 7000 year old soul. She speaks the language of her ancestors and reveals the passion of an Egyptian woman, marked by the harsh realities of stagnation.
The poetry in this book is a gentle reminder that it's time we remember we know how to read. Can you hear me now?
Everyone has a story; whether they're a Somebody or a Nobody. While some may carry many stories, I carry 7000 years in my warm brown eyes.
This book is about life experience. It is not an autobiography, nor is it snippets of my life around the world. This book is about everyone in the world. It is about our realities, inspiration, and love. It is the narrated telling of the storms of my mind, written under the pseudonym, Lucienne LaCroie, I had adopted when I was fifteen years old.
Inside every storm, there is a very carefully folded piece of my soul, opened for you to read. In every story, you, the reader, will find a very carefully folded piece of yourself.