Synopsis: Preludes, a memoire
PRELUDES will delight readers who enjoy a quick and quirky narrative style. With 53 thousand words and 33 chapters, PRELUDES tells the story of an unplanned journey fueled by accidents, coincidences, and strange encounters. A travel memoire laced together with memories and stories of a long ago past, PRELUDES takes you across continents, down dark alleyways, and deep into the most intimate of moments between two people. Travelling for months with no cash, trading my skills for food, a bed, and stories, I was humbled and befriended, double-crossed, and enlightened. With humour and honesty, PRELUDES touches those simple truths that tie us together and inspire us to look beyond the borders of our differences. This is the first of a Trilogy.
Who are my readers?
This is a short memoire, an easy and intriguing read that will interest travelers in general, young, and old. It is a perfect read for long plane trips or bus rides. PRELUDES is also a life story that women of all ages will find engaging and especially women of my generation – born in the 50’s, and it is an inspirational story that will speak to younger women still imagining their futures.