IMAGINE YOU WERE BORN WITH WINGS, BUT YOU FORGOT HOW TO FLY?
Born with Wings, yet, ironically, unable to fly and feeling abandoned, the heroine of this story goes through fire in her burning quest to be free. Fear tells her there’s no escape but, impossible though it seems, deep in her soul she knows there is . . .
Set in a land of shifting realities – the Western Cape coast of South Africa, between Nature’s paradise and a ruthless world – the touching, dramatic and often hilarious human-animal relationships in the spiritual animal world awaken a sense of mindfulness and guardianship for the Earth that will leave you inspired and longing for more.
“Fascinating, intuitive and daring, this divine comedy leads us into the mysteries and magic of true spirituality. A book filled with light!” – Zo Nicholas
“A magical journey where the enigma of life and death are explored. An excellent debut novel!’ – Dr. Inga Karetnikova, Critic, Film Historian, Acclaimed Screenwriter, and Author.
‘This story will delight the child within adults, and younger audiences, too, who yearn to explore the greater mysteries of a multidimensional universe.‘ – Robin Gregory, Award-winning Author.
‘The concept of immortality and reincarnation beautifully incorporated into a novel – uplifting, serene, sensitive and comforting.”
~ Violette de Gaulle, Poet
About Bianca Gubalke
Bianca Gubalke is an award-winning screenplay writer and artist, a passionate gardener, photographer, teacher and metaphysics student.
Born between the Namib Desert, the Atlantic Ocean, and the Milky Way, she grew up with a deep connection with nature and a desire to understand the dichotomy between the separation we see ‘out there’ and the ‘Oneness’ we feel within. After two exciting decades as a filmmaker for the European Film & TV industry, she returned to South Africa to cultivate her own garden in a changing world, and to focus on her writing.
She lives in Noordhoek, near Cape Town, with her husband, at least two cats, and the world’s most curious Cape cobra coiling in her paper basket, pretending she’s not there.
Visit Bianca Gubalke’s website.