by Sandy Harrington
220 pages, 6x9
$13.95 Trade Paper ISBN 978-1-59663-656-9, 1-59663-656-4 Introductory Price $11.95
Can you differentiate actual events from Abstract Reality.
The central character of Abstract Reality, Zack Lee, investigates three
cases which are shrouded in mystery and entwined with paranormal twists.
Abstract Reality is a sequel to the author's first novel, The Walk-In.
The photo on the front cover features a snapshot by the author, taken some years ago, to document the occurrence of a paranormal event. At this time, she was in the habit of leaving this necklace arranged in the shape of a rectangle on the dresser in her bedroom. One morning her daughter, Lee, entered the room and commented on the necklace, which was resting in its usual shape. The two of them then left the room and returned moments later. During their brief absence, much to their astonishment and shock, the necklace on the dresser had been "rearranged" to form the intricate, cursive "d" that you see on the cover. This incident marked the beginning of a lifetime of unexplained happenings for the author. She has drawn on these phenomena to embellish the plot of Abstract Reality. The author challenges her readers to discern actual events from abstract reality.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Sandy Harrington lives in Charlotte, North Carolina. She studied English and Fine Art in college before becoming actively involved in the age of enlightenment, working as a professional psychic for more than ten years. Sandy's paintings have won special recognition in international competitions. Two of her works, "God's Search and Rescue" and Daffodil," are on display at www.periodgallery.com. Her short story, "Dogs Do Go to Heaven," is featured in Brad & Sherry Steiger's book, Pet Miracles.. Abstract Reality is the sequel to her novel, The Walk-In