Sorghum’s Galaxy Gazettes

Sci-Fi Allegory of a Transformed Starwalker

by Dianne Brown


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 3/27/2019

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 234
ISBN : 9781982223526

About the Book

How do you explain the unexplainable when there are no words or colors to describe the transformation of a starwalker? For Diana Sue, who retired from the art scene years ago, the change was a long and arduous journey, weighing in the balance scale all that she had been taught to believe and hold true. Through the efforts of her Galaxy Gazettes, she could feel the hard shell of her chrysalis breaking off in pieces and crumbling on the ground. Inside that hard shell was a mulch-like soup of old beliefs and paradigms that would produce her emergence as a new creature. Sorghum’s Galaxy Gazettes are streaming, soul-changing tales told in symbolic form. The Gazettes have a wide distribution along the many ports of trade in the Milky Way. The Galaxy Alliance Treaty Organization (GATO) closely monitors Diana’s progress in her discovery of her true identity. Sorghum—Sirius C—is held in high regard by GATO for its exports as well as being Diana’s inheritance. Accompanied by Imagines (pronounced i-mah-ja-nees), Diana Sue finds herself traveling the Milky Way galaxy with her handsome navigator. She discovers a surprising and ageless relationship between them that began long before her birth on Earth. Throughout their travels, they form an even stronger bond. Under the tutelage of Imagines and along with several other unexpected—maybe startling—characters, Diana Sue uncovers a new sense of purpose not only on Earth but also for her future on Sorghum.


About the Author

Dianne Brown is the author of "The Cowgirl Princess and Starwalker: My Mother's Story" The epilogue of this first book has become the prologue of her extraordinary second book, which will lead you to think about your own identity. Raised in Southern Indiana on the banks of the Ohio River, Dianne became familiar with the cultivation and production of sorghum. Sorghum, not only the syrupy condiment but also a star in the Sirius star system, more than eight light years from Earth, which plays a vital role in this book. Living in Northern California for over thirty years with her husband Rich, she finds that the exceptional energy of the Trinity Mountains has infused her with a new breed of imagination. Raised in Southern Indiana on the banks of the Ohio River, Dianne became familiar with the cultivation and production of sorghum. Sorghum, not only the syrupy condiment but also a star in the Sirius Star system, more than eight light years from Earth, places a vial role in this book. Living in Northern California for over thirty years with her husband Rich, she finds that the exceptional energy of the trinity mountains has infused her with a new breed of imagination.