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Night Crossing, The Trilogy of Remembrance, Mary E. Martin, literary fiction, novels about art and artists, suspense novels, Readings of novels, readings by authors, The Drawing Lesson, The Fate of Pryde

Night Crossing, The Trilogy of Remembrance, Mary E. Martin, literary fiction, novels about art and artists, suspense novels, Readings of novels, readings by authors, The Drawing Lesson, The Fate of Pryde

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Night Crossing, The Trilogy of Remembrance, Mary E. Martin, literary fiction, novels about art and artists, suspense novels, Readings of novels, readings by authors, The Drawing Lesson, The Fate of Pryde

James Helmsworth

 

 

 

 

Hello, I am James Helmsworth, art dealer for Alexander Wainwright and narrator of The Trilogy of Remembrance.

Looking for the world of ideas, art, life and love?

Join Alexander, Britain’s finest landscape painter, on his journey in  search of his muse in The Trilogy of Remembrance. 

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If you like questions which have a thousand answers such as what kind of universe is this? How can the very best and worst of humankind thrive in one man’s breast? What price the creative fire and can a love be so strong it transcends life and death? On his travels from London to Paris, New York and St. Petersburg. Alexander explores such questions–all in search of his light and inspiration.

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Night Crossing is the third novel in The Trilogy of Remembrance. To get you started listen to these readings below of the first three chapters of Night Crossing.

Often, I have struggled to express the way in which the creative spirit overtakes Alex. His passionate devotion to his art is all consuming. I can find no better words than these. 

“A fullness within Alex’s mind, spirit and body infused him right down to his fingertips. He might overflow or even burst if he did not begin to draw at once. Although his strenuous efforts to create sometimes left him gasping, for him, creativity was as natural as breathing.”

The novels of The Trilogy of Remembrance [The Drawing Lesson, The Fate of Pryde and Night Crossing] may be found at any online bookstore but please have a look at the carousel below.

Mary E. Martin is the author of two trilogies: The Osgoode Trilogy, inspired by her many years of law practice; and The Trilogy of Remembrance, set in the glitter and shadows of the art world. Both Trilogies will elevate the reader from the rush and hectic world of today and spin them into realms of yet unimagined intrigue. Be inspired by the newly released and final installment of The Trilogy of Remembrance, Night Crossing. Presently, The Drawing Lesson is a Wattpad Featured novel which you can read in it’s entirety right here  Wattpad.com 

 

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4 thoughts on “Night Crossing: Three Chapter Readings

  1. well Mary-

    so far I have listened to the first reading – good conversation between the two fellows – but I would imagine that Alex’s venture into abstractions might be much more involved and even something that he might experiment by going over or in other words seemingly destroying one of his landscapes – something that might look like this at first:

    http://www.imagekind.com/B_art?IMID=06003fe8-55a7-438e-935d-606a68aaaf1d

    and start further development that might just look like this

    http://www.imagekind.com/DAB_art?IMID=9916e5c8-acd1-426f-9a79-4374e1456df3

    well that is my thought about what I heard – but what do I know – everyone is different and of course it is always going to be difficult both creating as well as relating to a fictional character to some degree –

    I can listen to more later on today or tomorrow

    Walter

    • Good to get your thoughts. When I look over THe Trilogy of Remembrance, I see Alexander and Rinaldo growing together not just artistically but also in their world views. What do you think about two radically different artists trying to collaborate. I often think about Alex and Rinaldo filling up another novel.

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