Fauna’s Thread BOOK Published

Friends,

After years of writing, developing, pondering “Is this a book or screenplay,” I am thrilled to announce  Fauna’s Thread, the BOOK is available on Amazon as Paperback and Kindle.

Still, the darn thing is so visual – it should also be made into a motion picture too.

Every year, thousands of Sandhill cranes stop in an upper plains state of the USA, as they migrate north to their summer home. They arrive as early as Valentines Day and remain for five to six weeks. The river there is perfect for this majestic bird to rest, strengthen, and energize before they continue on their journey. This migration has taken place for millions of years.

While traveling across the country in opposite directions, Paul and Cara meet at an intersection of modern east-west interstate highway and ancient south-north migratory flyway, as the cranes arrive for their annual visit.

Paul and Cara experience the wonder of the birds, the stakeholders affected by the river, the beauty and silence of the prairie, shared pain and loss, and the local connection to the river in a ten-year young wildlife ambassador named Fauna.

Fauna’s Thread is a multi-layered, intertwined story of migration, coincidence, hurt and help, family guardianship, nature, redemption, wisdom of history, inspiration of youth—and how water connects us all. Set in a place which is a natural canvas to rediscover simple appreciations of life. Many metaphors are sprinkled within the flocks of cranes and their spirit and enchantment, the timepiece of seasons, the need of water, and the sunrises and sunsets in an infinite sky.   Asking questions brings awareness. Getting answers inspires hope.

For Representation inquiries and / or movie, streaming series options: Visit Engage form at FaunasThread.com

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