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Book Title: Call of the Kami|
The author of the book: Teresa Garcia
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Edition: THG StarDragon Publishing
Date of issue: October 16th 2012
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The world is a fine tapestry, ever worked and ever evolving upon the loom of spirit. The worlds of the visible and invisible mesh, and sometimes the unseen is glimpsed between the red posts of the torii on a walk in the woods, or at home. The Kami ever call for their Miko, and they are both within us all. The flower of a poem opens her petals to the sun, amidst a garden of other poems.
The poetry herein is the product of a Western Woman who has been heavily influenced by the East, and particularly by her researches into Shinto spirituality and Japanese folklore. Although the poems and songs speak for themselves, brief explanations of culture have been included, with a list of resources for further reading in the back.
Teresa Garcia is a mother of two living at the foot of the sacred Mount Shasta in Northern California. She has written poetry nearly all her life, and draws upon her love of nature and the intricate webs of life for inspiration.
Song of the Dragon Vessel
I walk the earth upon two feet To be a path for earth and sky to meet. A vessel for the crystal light Shining ever with love and might. I guide the other to see The waiting dragons that patient be. I search for those of my race Though separated by time and place. A voice for their Voice I chose to be Until all finally grasp their Eternity.
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Read information about the authorTeresa Garcia (once Teresa Huddleston-Garcia) is a 30-something mother of two children with special needs, raising them "alone" in the small mountain town of McCloud, CA. Just because she is on her own though, does not mean that she is "alone." Many thanks are due to the McCloud Community Resource Center, to her brother and his family, and her mother, for all their help.
She is in the process of converting all books from Teresa Huddleston-Garcia to Teresa Garcia (her maiden name) as she no longer wishes to have her ex's name on all her work. She appreciates patience as she gets the problems fixed with rereleases of older books to match her name resumption.
She finished her International Relations degree Bachelor's degree. She loves to text role play with her long distance mate even though she rarely gets to anymore, write stories, hike, paint, meditate, and play games or read with her kids. She also writes quests for, and helps to maintain, the online browser-based RPG Dragon Hearts as well as performing website testing services for a website developer.
She was raised in another mountain community, which she visits as often as she can spare time and gas, though not nearly often enough for her wishes. Her parents always encouraged her writing and artistic talents. In 2005, she decided to pick up the dream of writing and publishing a novel once more, having shelved that (and the "Shadow Chronicles" manuscript) in her early college years due to the time constraints of motherhood at the time. In 2006 she released to the public her first novel in the "Dragon Shaman" series, "Taming the Blowing Wind," and has since published a second book in the series and a poetry book. She likes to deal with multicultural themes because of her own background.
Currently Teresa has several manuscripts to work on, such as her "Dragon Shaman" series of novels and her current favorite serialized story, "Selkies' Skins." She is a dedicated fan of fantasy and paranormal, and writes for those that share her tastes. Teresa also welcome interaction with readers, which is the main reason she came to Goodreads (besides being an avid reader herself and rabid book fan). Despite some of the things that sometimes get attributed to her she does NOT write MFM sort of stories. She does NOT write "adult only" books under her own name and uses a pen name for anything too close to that.
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