LEFT COAST WRITERS BOOK LAUNCH: Colette Obrien, Author of The Nobility of the Robe, Book 1 of the Mirari Chronicles
Saturday, June 11, 2011 || 7pm
Book Passage-Corte Madera || 51 Tamal Vista Dr.
Corte Madera || www.bookpassage.com
Please join in the celebration of an exciting new book by Colette Obrien.
The records of accomplishments of real women from history who made significant contributions to their cultures but of whom the modern world is unaware have been kept by The Ahkoshek Society. This secret organization has aided humanity throughout its long history by providing assistance to individuals when confronted with situations they are unable to handle themselves; ones where they might otherwise have fallen into the hands of dark forces. The society’s prime directive is to assist in the growth of human consciousness.
The members of this group have been called: angels, saints, seers and savants, however the newest member, Claire is neither immortal nor enlightened but a flesh and blood woman whose compassion for humanity is so great that the gift of time travel has been given to her as a means to help when help is needed. Like the women who call for aide, she too must constantly be on the lookout for the evil that always lies in wait for those who aspire to the heights.
Part history, part mystery, part thriller, the book series chronicles the archetypal quest for truth and the meaning of life.
In the first book of the Mirari Chronicles, Colette Obrien combines the gripping story of a real historical character with a modern-day thriller to create The Nobility of the Robe an astonishing novel that dances across the time/space continuum faster than the speed of light.
Colette Obrien has a Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology with an emphasis on Jungian Psychology. She has had a meditation and yoga practice for over 30 years and for the last 25 years a private practice as a counselor and teacher, counseling individuals and couples. Her travel stories and photographs have been published in newspapers and magazines across the U.S. and Canada. Her first novel, Time & Transformation, was in inspired by her studies and time spent with the Maya in the Yucatan. The Nobility of the Robe is her second novel and the first book in the Mirari Chronicles.