Real love never ends in the way you believe it will. It spans beyond the veil that seems to mark the boundary to the imagined walls of the living world. But this boundary is not of any making that would prevent love from being known to you. Love, peace and joy are being sent to you constantly – but you may not be fully aware of this just right now.”
A Beautiful Reality – Chapter One: Searching for a Revelation
About my writing ...
Writing, like art, has always been a major passion in my life. I have been writing stories, scripts and poetry since 1995. My written works include: Pray for Fey, Turning Snowflakes into Snowdrops and many other stories, including my debut play, Love Sings Like the Nightingale.
Why are themes so important?
Whether we realize it or not, we are all influenced by themes – universal themes, and many of them – such as love, beauty, poverty, abundance, survival, courage, time, spirituality, divinity, peace, unity, happiness, etc. Authors cannot avoid them – nor would they wish to – for it is the very stuff of living, learning and progression to a kind of betterness reached at a much higher level than what was known before. Authors are always face-to-face with themes at every waking moment and in every breath they take and in every moment in which they pause to reflect or prepare to enjoin others in new concepts. Without themes there would be nothing to sing about and nothing to write about. Creativity is naturally bound by them, always.
Love Sings Like the Nightingale
The year is 1693 and it is a time when the Kingdom of Sicily was part of the Spanish Empire and ruled by local barons. Love Sings like the Nightingale is a tragic love story: it is a traditional drama about self-worth, trust, resignation and regret. Discover more about this play.