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CONTEST FOR INSATIABLE READERS


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THE TRILOGY REMEMBRANCE  by Mary E. Martin is set in the glitter and shadows of the art world. The Drawing Lesson The Fate of Pryde Night Crossing Tired of recycled themes, static characters and predictable plots? Ready for characters who make you think, feel and see as if you were right beside them? Ready to explore […]

Daphne, the Reluctant Muse


Perhaps you are wondering just whom is speaking to you? You’ll recall, I’m James Helmsworth, Alexander Wainwright’s art dealer. If you’ve read The Trilogy of Remembrance, you’ll undoubtedly have questions about artists and their muses. Is it love? More than love? Or something all together different? I know that Daphne Bersault, whom I think truly […]

Joseph Campbell, James Joyce and Art


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Still thinking about what makes great literature? [#2]  I have— and here’s what I’ve come up with. [But, if you’d like to read the first post first here it is http://maryemartintrilogies.com/whats-great-literature/ ] Joseph Campbell, mythologist, lecturer and thinker is one of my favourite writers. He dedicated his career to the study of myth—story which comes from deep […]

Prequel to The Trilogy of Remembrance. [2]


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These stories are developed from the novels of The Trilogy of Remembrance [The Drawing Lesson, The Fate of Pryde and Night Crossing] and are designed to entice you to read them. Alexander Wainwright, Britain’s finest landscape painter and visionary artist, is the star. Think of them as delightful appetizers. Enjoy and respond! This story is […]

Two Women and the Tarot Cards


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            #novels #suspense #mystery #literary #art #artists #Tarot cards It all began with a reading of the Tarot Cards. Oh, by the way, we’ve met before. I’m Alexander Wainwright, the one who strolls the Victoria Embankment just outside my studio on many evenings.  My author, Mary E. Martin, insists on […]