Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Something To Dream On ~ Diane Rinella

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If a painting in the home of your perfect man reflects your dreams of doom, do you run, or do you dare to embrace love?
While Lizetta lives a life of compassion, childhood bullying over a few extra pounds have caused this sparky woman to lose sight of the beauty of her soul. Jensen’s recent past is filled with substance abuse, shady morals, and loose women. A brutal wake up call forced him to find his way back to the gentle soul he once was; however, there are some whose futures depend on the return of the demon.

Souls can heal, but how long can they fight the forces that seek to destroy them? If one of those forces is the person who shattered your self- image, and she is determined to take down the one you love, could you still believe that everyone deserves a second chance?
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The Symbolism of The Butterfly
By Diane Rinella

When I was working with artist Heidi “Azurylipfes” Darras on the cover of Something To Dream On, she decided that, based on the story, there were a few symbolic elements that the cover really needed. 

One of them was butterflies

Honestly, I groaned a bit. Butterflies are seen so often that their use is considered overplayed. Then I seriously thought about their meaning, and I could not agree with Heidi more. Two of them had two be on the cover.

Butterflies reflect not only transformation but also evolution and expansion—much like what happens when you get a second chance. Getting a second chance is a lot of what Something To Dream On is about. However, the symbolism of the butterfly goes much deeper.
Butterflies reflect changes in our soul. How butterflies create cocoons and accept their impending metamorphosis shows faith. Once more, they accept fate
So when Heidi added the butterflies, it further sealed what I already knew.  She and I were fated to work together. From my mind to her hands, the universe guided our energies and we transformed our ideas into something wonderful.



Enjoying San Francisco as a backdrop, the ghosts in Diane’s 150-year old Victorian home augment the chorus in her head. With insomnia as their catalyst, these voices have become multifarious characters that haunt her well into the sun’s crowning hours, refusing to let go until they have manipulated her into succumbing to their whims. Her experiences as an actress, business owner, artisan cake designer, software project manager, Internet radio disc jockey, vintage rock n’ roll journalist/fan girl, and lover of dark and quirky personalities influence her idiosyncratic writing.

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