A Story of Becoming
Infinite Light Publishing – 2014
Ayn Cates Sullivan
83 pages Hardback
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Ayn Cates Sullivan s latest visionary fiction book, A Story Of Becoming is a fable for all ages.
A young seed germinates in the forest before unfurling and finding her way through the rich dark soil of the earth. As she becomes a young seedling she stretches toward the sunlight, wondering what she will someday become. Nourished by the dewdrops she grows in anticipation of the possibilities hidden within her. While still very small, some of her leaves and branches are eaten by animals. Despite the setback, she grows and matures until one day she discovers her purpose . . . she is an apple tree. She delights in being an apple tree; but over time she continues to encounter hardships, some of which are seemingly insurmountable. A Story of Becoming, by Ayn Cates Sullivan, Ph.D. is a beautiful tale that will resonate with readers young and old. This is a story that speaks on many levels to the hearts of readers who will relate to the hopes, fears, and dreams of the apple tree as she struggles to survive and fulfill her purpose. Exquisite illustrations provide the perfect backdrop for the words penned in this lovely book which is sure to become a favorite among readers of all ages. – Literary Classics Review
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Ayn Cates Sullivan, MA, MFA, Ph.D. is an award-wing and best-selling author. She holds a master’s degree in spiritual psychology from USM, and a masters and doctorate in literature from Columbia University and King’s College London. Ayn writes stories for all ages designed to uplift, heal and inspire. She is well known for her best selling book, A Story of Becoming, which won 18 top literary awards. Her most recent book, Legends of the Grail: Stories of Celtic Goddesses, is a collection of Irish folklore for an adult and young adult audience. It is a compelling book for anyone with Irish Heritage, or who seeks an understanding of the many expressions of the Mother Goddess. It has won six literary awards.