Wednesday, July 20, 2016

Darlene Cannon, Dollygal, Peacock and the Serpent

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Today we are interviewing Darlene Cannon about her series titled, "Dollygal, Peacock and the Serpent." The series, which includes "The Gift," "The Awakening," and "Conquering Ego...The Return to the Extraordinary," deals with themes of love, hope, charity, and accepting ourselves exactly as we are.
 
Tell us a bit about yourself.
I work with senior citizens in the Long Beach area and surrounding cities. This is my first time writing a book, and I have many more to come. 

Describe your new book series for us.
"Dollygal, Peacock and the serpent" are highly interactive mystical fantasy books. The trilogy series will challenge the reader of all ages, to be the best they can be...by simply being themselves.

Who do you think would most appreciate your books?
Young and mature people will appreciate the series.

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Who was your favorite character to write?
I enjoy all of the characters because it's like experiencing different parts of myself.

An excerpt from "Dollygal, Peacock and the Serpent":
Dollygal says, "The rain is singing a song can you hear it?"
"I'm afraid not, honey," Peacock finally says.
"Sure you can, just like at the lake. Let's close our eyes, but no peeking, Brother Serpent,"  Dollygal replies.
"This is ridiculous. Rain does not sing tunes..." grumbled the serpent.
Suddenly, a big smile appears on Peacock's face, and he says, "Wait a minute, I can hear the raindrop song. So can you, serpent, admit it."
(Peacock slaps serpent on the back leaving him quite disturbed by the situation.)
"Ha, ha, ha, ha."   Peacock continues to laugh, as their carriage re-enters the castle gates.

His laughter is taken by the wind and carried out the back window...
down through the Garden, passing by the flowers and the weeds, tickling the water in the lake and finally swirling around the most magnificent tree in the Garden.
More Information
Visit the author's website 
Buy the book 

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