Unravel the Gift in You: Darlene Cannon Teaches Everyone the Value of Embracing Oneself in Her Outstanding Children’s Story

Uplifting, one of a kind, and very vibrant are insufficient to adequately characterize this work. This story shared optimism despite differences and never ever losing yourself in your own fear. Darlene Cannon’s simple yet immensely beautiful work, Dollygal, Peacock and the Serpent – The Awakening, eloquently conveyed the message of love and acceptance with its remarkable narrative. A must-read for people of all ages.

Darlene Cannon is a writer who enjoys imagining realms outside traditional medical, mobility, and access. She was born to be a writer. Her characters and plot are truly vibrant, as well as relatable in real life. The purpose of her writings is to continue telling answers to seemingly insoluble human issues through characters in her fantasy tales.

What inspired you to write this story?

A universal connection and my inner child

Which character do you resonate with the most?

All of the characters, but especially Dollygal

How was the experience of writing this book?

It is such an honor and a privilege to write these stories. As I write, I am just as excited about what happens on this journey, as I would hope readers who are drawn to these books would be. The feeling and experience is very in powering and never ending

What will the readers get after reading the story?

Hopefully it will touch, open the door and help to show another perspective as they start or continue there own journey in life.

Who is your favorite character in the story? Why?

I have three favorite characters in the story. Dollygal Peackock and the Serpent Dollygal represents hope and charity. Peacock represents Nobility Serpent represents indifference/opposite/ego To me these are key aspects to blend.

What is the most difficult part of being a writer?

Sometimes waiting for information to flow

What is your greatest fear?

Not completing the task at hand.

What is the best advice given to you?

Never give up” and “This is your story

Who is your favorite author?

I have more than one. J.k Rawlings, author of the “Bagagvad Gita”, George Lucas, Steven Spielberg, James Cameron, author of the Holy Bible.

Are there any sequels or prequels for this book? Can you tell us about it?

Yes the third book of this trilogy series is called “Conquering Ego. The return to the Exstroardinary. Here is a small peek:

April  11, 2019  

June 23 2019                          Dollygal peacock and the serpent

                                                                       Trilogy series

                                                                 “Conquering ego”

                                                         The return to the extraordinary

Prelude story

Serpent frantically  rises from his bed frightened  and confused by a dream. He take a clear glass from

the table next to bed and splashes himself in the face with water. 

“Oh what a nightmare…no it was not. I am remembering  that tragic night with mother and father.”

Sitting up on the side of his bed, he covers his face with his hands…

Then brother Peacock  enters the room…

“Serpent are you Ok?” Godfrey and I are waiting for you down stairs. We have lots of things to Discuss about the “ school of intention” opening.

“I am having nightmares about Mother and Father.” Says the Serpent.

“Get dressed and come down stairs Serpent. We can talk about this over breakfast with Godfrey.” says Peacock.

“Indeed I do smell the most magnificent aroma of fresh ginger tea with freshly baked bread and lightly glazed shank ham w/olives/parsley and a hint of rosemary.”

Wait a minute…fresh apples from the Great Garden are in the baked bread.” Oh how the heavenly  aroma permeates the entire house.” (Serpent says with his hands clinched together.)

Peacock glares at Serpent and says:

“Snap out of it Sssserpent!   Ha…ha…haaaa!

Let’s go eat some of this food with this heavenly aroma!…ha…ha…Haaaa!

Serpent shrugs his shoulders mocking peacock:

“Ha…ha…ha… I am not amused by your warped, twisted and misguided  sense of charm brother of mine.

“Why do you need to constantly say my name like that?”

“I have always said your name like that whenever you bother me some way.

 Now your all sensitive about it?” says Peacock.

“Oh no….on the contrary…I am not sensitive at all!

I can only imagine  how you feel when I talk about your bird droppings around the house now and then.

It must strike a nerve with you eventually making you feel uncomfortable in your own skin.” Says the Serpent

“Ok Serpent,  I get the message loud and clear. You are right my brother, we are not the same as we were before. Now we are embracing our likenesses, and we have more in common than I ever realized.

Brother of mine…do you know what this moment is about?”

This is a universal teaching moment, and we must use it for the opening night at the“school of intention.”  The awareness of ourselves in the moment  it is occurring.  Happily  says the Serpent.

Let’s  share this enlightening moment  with Godfrey, I’m sure he will enjoy this as much as we do. Says Peacock.

Peacock and serpent began walking excitedly, down the hallway passing by the photos of there mother and father, at the end of the stair case. As they walk down the spiral gold stair case, a strong breeze  began to blow, lifting them off the ground. Peacock and serpent began holding on to the staircase as there bodies dangled in the wind. A deep voice emerges from the wind saying… IT IS DONE!!!

When the wind has past they both hurry down the stairs

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