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s by Andi Christel
June 11, 2012
Inspired by a true story. A young single mother and career woman, deals with the diagnosis of cancer in a controversial and highly unpredictable way. She selfishly explores an uncharted desire for adventure in a most dangerous and hostile place. While finding the support and camaraderie she never had, old demons find her as well. Hunted and haunted by her past, she must face her darkest fears and flaws. The brutal death of someone she loves finally sinks her and the weight threatens to pull her under for good. Three Seasons is a moving story of an unconventional, yet courageous woman whose love for her son is the only thing that drives her to survive and fight to the bitter end. "Extraordinary things don't happen by accident. Sometimes you have to take a risk..." -Andi Christel
Approximate Pages: 304 and Words: 69,264
About the Author
Andi would finally tell the story locked away for much of her life; even the parts no one knew of or might not want to hear. Health problems pressed to the forefront, making it more difficult to focus or continue for long stretches. However, her condition sometimes made it easier to recall the hidden, painful memories. The push to tell this adventure, survival, crime, love story, was to inspire others to never give up and to remember why she's still here. Andi didn't try to compete with the brilliant writers of the world; striving to describe cancer and violent crime, brilliantly and eloquently, seemed almost an insult to those who have experienced such atrocities. She could only be herself and relate from her heart. Three Seasons was written for the reader not the critic; it was for those going through something of great impact. It's a reminder that uniqueness and fortitude can be beautiful. Andi went on to sell over 100 original oil paintings and limited edition giclee prints, as artist Crystal Sea.
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