Novel Highlights Power of Humility, Forgiveness
The story is about Sasmacha, a princess whose husband has 300 concubines which makes her angry and sad. She cries and her tears form a pool in which makes a beautiful cardinal drink and turns into a man who becomes her lover, only without penetration because her name means impenetrable.
"I think this story will appeal to readers?because most American families have been touched by the damage adultery brings to the whole family," the author relates. "I would want my readers to seriously consider the consequences of adultery. I want them to never, ever feel that it is too late to confess and ask forgiveness."
Ultimately, the tale is about a woman's loyal love. It also shows readers that even princesses can be lonely. Even princesses can be abused. Even princesses can rebel.
About the Author
Cedrick Mayhem is the pen name of a chakra energy healer from Kansas. She is a believer of Christ return to teach people abbashua (a form of self-love), taught to her through the full moon energy from Gerlach, Nevada during the 2008 Burning Man festival. She was pole-vaulted out of her 22-year marriage and her religion of Jehovah's witnesses. She is influenced by artist/poet Saul Williams and her shaman Hiamovi. Her Native American heritage is calling her to the red road. She prophesies of the coming destruction of the U.S.A. and hopes to gather survivors to return to the holy mountain in the black rock desert. She accepts no payment for her services as she works to live instead of live to work.
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