Thursday, March 20, 2014

SPOTLIGHT: The Colors of Blue by Lance McCulloch

by Lance McCulloch




ABOUT THE BOOK


Displaying The Colors of Blue cover.jpgThe Colors of Blue is an intelligent and compelling mainstream romance whose characters peel away complex layers of deceit, grief, loss and discovery during a riveting journey that at last binds hearts together and renews the promise of true love. 

From the novel’s first page, Sara Field emerges as a woman of unique gifts whose soul resonates to a kaleidoscope of colors—a sixth sense that infuses her world with an understanding beyond the apparent. Yet somehow the colors fade in the glare of urban life and heartbreaking betrayal, and her struggle to retrieve those vibrant hues borders on the unbearable. Can she ever regain the innocence and wonder of that magical young womanhood? Perhaps—when she finds the spectacular beauty of the San Juan Mountains and the Tres Piedras River. 


Half a country away, Rick Wheeler mourns the death of his extraordinary wife and feels himself crumbling under the burden of despair even as he builds a financial dynasty. Will nothing lift the gloom, relieve the cruel devastation of his loss and renew his heart? Ah, yes, there is one thing—fly-fishing on the Tres Piedras River. Time here is satisfying and soul-renewing. But he is still alone. 

The rest, woven into a tapestry of adventure, intrigue, revelation, and even serendipity, invites each reader to participate in a life-affirming search for the colors and connections of love and the depth of meaning they give to the human spirit. 




ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Displaying Bio Picture.jpgLance McCulloch was raised in Durango, Colorado. The McCulloch’s have had ties to the area since late in the 19th Century. McCulloch has a Chemical Engineering degree from the University of Colorado. Lance lives with his wife Jennifer and his three daughters, Amanda, Carly and Chaney Rose. 



No comments: