The 2nd edition of Waldmeer (with Eraldus added) is now available. Here are the links:
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Paperback Amazon U.S. $9.99 (plus postage)
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Main Waldmeer video.
First Waldmeer chapter below.
For the past few months, I have been working to make my books more affordable and accessible to an international audience.
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CHAPTER 11: NOBLE
Maria was turning twenty-one. It was more than four years since her accident. Her mother, Lucy, noticed that she seemed to have aged many years, particularly, in the last few months. Continue reading “Waldmeer – Part 4: The Call To Love”
Chapter 8: Family
Ever since Farkas had stormed out of the cafe, not to return, Maria had felt ill. She was even finding some of the cafe customers annoying. Mrs. Reisenden was one of them. Maria’s mother liked her and enjoyed talking with her whenever she was visiting Waldmeer. Continue reading “Waldmeer – Part 3: The Leleks”
CHAPTER 5: A GIFT FROM GOD
Lenny was a fisherman from Waldmeer. Several generations of his family had lived in the little coastal village. One of his past relatives was a logger in the forest like many men at that time. He had emigrated from Germany. The logging settlement was the spectacular meeting point of forest and stunning coastline. It was he who first referred to the early town as Waldmeer. It means forest-sea in German. The name stuck and the locals called it that ever since. Continue reading “Waldmeer – Part 2: Maria of Waldmeer”
The search for love is a universal one. Yet, when it is found, it is soon replaced with problems, such as the reality of the other person, our own issues or the interference of other people and life. If there is not outward conflict then there is usually conflict within ourselves. To follow the search for personal love is unsatisfactory, yet, to reject the search is more unsatisfactory. Relationships are, generally, the most meaningful and powerful learning experience we tend to have in life. Continue reading “Searching For Love”