“Lou-Lou. A Baby-Miracle” is a hymn to a single mother. It is a story of a baby-star light (soul) resting between life times until it senses a yearning feeling – a strong pull of Love – to be born to a single mother.
Written in the genre of a new-age spirituality, the book promotes humanistic ideals of open-mindedness, acceptance, equality and inclusion. While the book’s focal point is a single mother, a multitude of other human forms, relationships and family types (heterosexual, homosexual, mixed race) are featured with the aim of cultivating global values of love, tolerance and acceptance in the new generation. The key character’s name “Lou-Lou” is the author’s tribute to the life and work of Louise Hay who the author admires and is eternally grateful to for the impact she has made in this world. ***The genderless reference “it” to the star-light until its birth into a human form is intentional. ***