New Release: William Sun’s THE BLUE
River Sanctuary Publishing presents its newest release, a 300-page work of fiction entitled THE BLUE, by local author William Sun. The book is an action-filled adventure as well as a romantic escapade, with an introspective dimension to it. Sheryl Jansen is a 30-year old who’s been sent by her father to Athens, Greece, to work in the Embassy under a family friend who is heading up the Intelligence Division. The story begins at her boyfriend’s villa in the Greek islands. She takes a swim and encounters Andre Bell, an architect from San Francisco, who is there on holiday. When Sheryl swims under water, she gets into a sort of trance state she denotes as blueSheryl. Andre is a spiritual seeker-junkie type of guy—folks in Santa Cruz can easily relate to him. Those two characters get caught up with a host of other colorful figures in a story involving artifact laundering, a terrorist plot, and romantic intrigue. The story reaches a couple of different climaxes near the end that are interesting, to say the least.
Ron Lampi — prolific author and poet
With more than 10 books and 20 more manuscripts in his collection, there is no question that Ron Lampi has accessed and lives in devotion to Psyche, the muse of creativity. This year, he conducted a series of workshops on awakening and embracing one’s highest creative potential. Says Lampi, “Creativity is the birthright of all. This is a workshop for artists of all genres and all creative persons who want to take their creativity to another level. It is for those who want to apply a constantly creative way of being to any area of life. The practice of creativity can be a spiritual path.”