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Book: The Lightness of Dust - Book One of The Meronymy by M.L. Weaver

Book: The Lightness of Dust - Book One of The Meronymy by M.L. Weaver

categories: Book, Goddesses, Seattle, Belonging, Anatolia, Fantasy Romance


M.L. Weaver

Author M.L. Weaverabout this book: "The Lightness of Dust" is both a young woman's search for belonging and an exploration of what the gods among us must go through. I began writing this book five years ago while still in grad school. Of course, grad school leaves little time for anything else…

It began as an almost completely different story that had no chance of being completed. Two things changed that. The first was meeting my goddess…an experience that changed me forever. The second was my decision to stop insisting that the story follow where I led; once I surrendered to the will of the story itself…it was done.

Though writing this book taught me several things that I will do differently for the next, I wouldn't change a thing.

There are three main settings in this book. The most ancient came from my imagination. The second is Seattle, somewhat near (and certainly dear) to me, though I did microfilm research to glean details for 1940. The third setting is the university I attended, the details of which sprang readily to mind.

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