Eleyne-Mari Sharp


Bio

ELEYNE-MARI SHARP has been a professional writer since 1980. "INN LAK’ECH: A Journey to the Realm of Oneness" is her first visionary fiction novel for young adults.

Born in St. Louis, Missouri, she is a former Air Force brat who lived in Texas, Alaska, Mississippi, Italy, and Germany during her first seventeen years.

Ms. Sharp is also a certified color therapist, spiritual aromatherapist, crystal worker, jewelry designer, events organizer, radio show host, and radio show producer.

She lives in New England with tons of crystals, her yacht captain husband, Nicholas, and their mischievous little furbabies.

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Mad About Hue: A Memoir in Living Color

Color therapist Eleyne-Mari Sharp has been mad about hue ever since she discovered crayons.   For hours she would lie on her stomach with her feet pointing skyward, immersed in her own little coloring world of castles and horses and everything girly. She knew color was fun, but had no idea it was an ancient healing tool, nor that she would one day set an intention to color the world.   In "Mad About Hue: A Memoir in Living Color," Sharp reminisces about her color connection with an Italian villa, country farmstand, beauty pageant, haunted mansion, German jail cell, and more.    "Mad About Hue" is a memory kaleidoscope with a colorful new scenario in every chapter. Featuring over 30 essays, plus a bonus section of meditations and exercises!

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Inn Lak'ech: A Journey to the Realm of Oneness

Elm Sunday goes with the flow. Her father is the mayor of Little Blessing, her mother owns a mermaid gift shop, and they live happily together with seven dogs at Sunday's Marina, overlooking beautiful Creation Cove. But the tide turns when Elm’s sailor boyfriend is murdered and her beloved father is swallowed by the sea. During a Halloween sailing party, a drugged-out Elm causes the boat to capsize and her 18-year-old body is never found. She "awakens" to find herself rescued by a mysterious old woman who takes her to a remote luxury inn. After enduring a series of inn-lightening treatments, Elm receives an important assignment. If she succeeds, it could advance her soul level. But is she ready to face the traitor element of Water to help the one person she vowed never to forgive?

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