Willow Ferring had been having symbolistic dreams for as long as she could remember. On one October day, she meets a young man named Evander who transports her to a place she only knew from her dreams. She learns that there are three classes of spirits, Commons, Idios, and Omnipotents. With the help of Numinist and spirit guide Evander, Willow trains to develop her spiritual abilities in order to become a Numinist in her next lifetime. However, a murderer within their community is on the loose, killing for the energy of souls. Along the way, Willow discovers that her best friend Zan has a complicated past with Evander, and that nothing is what it seems. Opening a door in the center of the universe and ending up on a stage in their final act, they sacrifice everything to defeat a dark evil. They earn a trip to a heavenly plane and a talk with the one true Deity, someone who had been in their presence through all of their struggles. A journey of discovery turns into a journey of regret, addiction, and redemption. Willow questions free-will, and whether destiny plays a larger part in life than she thought.
About the Author:
Shanaya (18) is an eccentrically eloquent entertainer and extraordinaire. With a boundless, nonconforming imagination and perception of her surroundings, Shanaya is inclined to incite social justice through enthralling storytelling in the form of fiction by using fantasy-like narratives to evoke awareness of common tribulations. Being heavily inspired by symbolism and how works of art in any form can be translated, Shanaya’s writing is ambiguous, spirited by humanity’s complexities and the vastness of creation. Just recently, she acquired stellar representation for her first screenplay, and accepted first refusal for a television writing project. Ms. Fastje’s range of talent surpasses the perception of average; her career first came to be at a young age as a national motivational speaker. Shanaya's mission has always been to tell stories, create meaningful art, bring about awareness of important issues, and make connections with people through something we all have in common; being human. "I like to think that I've made strides with my work – but I couldn’t have accomplished anything, nor would I be able to continue doing what I love to do, without the support from both of my parents." states Shanaya