I have always loved story telling. To me, it is our most sacred way of passing the experience of our human lives to all those that will follow. It is our way of celebrating our indomitable spirit, our quest for knowledge and our pursuit of love. It ties us together.
All of us.
It reminds us why we’re here.
It reminds us why we are human.
I have been blessed with the opportunity to tell stories as an actor, a director, and now a writer. My life has had so much in it, and the best way I know of sharing what I have learned is to tell a story.
‘Chrystallia and the Source of Light’ is that story and my only hope is that you and yours enjoy discovering and rediscovering it as much as I have telling it.
It is a story about a fourteen years old girl, (told in her voice) and her eleven year-old brother who are about to lose their mother and their house. It is their last Christmas together and the two children find themselves on an unexpected journey underground in the amazing world of crystals and minerals in search of the source of light. It is a story of light, love, courage in the face of helplessness, forgiveness, discovering the truth of yourself and finding your way ‘home.’
We are at present printing an 11X14 ‘Manuscript Edition’ which will be used for marketing and possibly for sale. The 9x6 ‘for sale’ version will be out in Febuary, followed by a ‘coffee table’ version and then a graphic novel. It is a long process which requires a lot of patience, however we are doing everything we can to make sure that we do as good a job as possible. I think that those of you that are waiting to read ‘Chrystallia’ will be pleased.
P. M. Glaser
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Last updated: October 11, 2010