Ksenia and the World of Inspiration is the first book in the Bird with Blue Blood series and is based on the author’s real-life journey into the world of inspiration in a dream several years ago after he was compelled to bring it to the real world. Each book is the product of a dream followed by years of thought, pain, discovery, and travel that has morphed into a story with tangible characters and art with definite colors and shapes. The city of Alyssum is a place plagued by fear and sadness, living in the shadow of a House of Agony until, one day, the music of a flute inherited by a girl named Ksenia brings joy and happiness to all that hear it. As much as she loves to play it, Ksenia soon discovers that the flute carries with it a myriad of secrets and the key to a whole new world outside her reality. Based on the life-changing vision of the author and placed uniquely where art meets literature, Ksenia and the World of Inspiration is the story of one girl’s foray into the mystery, fantasy, and breathtaking beauty in pursuit of one thing—the enigmatic bird with blue blood.
In the thrilling second installment of the ‘Bird with Blue Blood’ series, the city of Alyssum is recovering from the Days of Agony when the people receive the news that famed actor Elbrecht Alyssum will be returning to his namesake to perform a new play. Following a cryptic mission and the gift of a half-feather from his grandfather, Andre Ellison understands his story and Elbrecht Alyssum’s are inextricably linked, and they must work together and unite the two halves of the bird with blue blood’s feather to summon the World of Inspiration and unlock their common greatest desire—being reunited with their lost loved ones. Read on to experience the magic, the mystery, and the horrifying truth behind the tree with seven faces that hold the key to the past.
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“He belonged to the Florentine School under the patronage of Lorenzo de’ Medici, a movement that Giorgio Vasari would characterize less a hundred years later in his Vita of Botticelli as a golden age.”Pablo Picasso