Yamaria achieves consciousness as a child, guided by an ethereal being. She inherits a locket, eventually accessing space and time. Yamaria courts her former university colleague, Salvatore. Antonio, a man who knew Yamaria’s mother long ago, transverses time seeking revenge against their world. Yamaria discovers that a rare heirloom will help her unlock the access to where space meets time. Yamaria and others from different worlds she encounters at the interstice defeat Antonio. One of them, Livianna dies. Time is paused. Basilia betrays them all. A mystical being that Yamaria had once known returns. Salvatore proposes to Yamaria. Not all is what it seems. Livianna returns from the dead. Gidadina still possesses the ancient text which shakes as a warning of something yet to come.
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
Circumstance and a yearning to write beyond what I had been before. Silhouette Lost is the first of two fiction books I wrote. I wanted to use whatever spare time I had and one night I could not fall asleep. All these ideas were stirring in my head. I initially jotted some notes about the what names I would call the characters, whether their names would have any hidden meaning and a line or two about the main plot. Since then I generally do not outline or make notes. It was a time in my life in which a jolt of literary energy surfaced. Writing a novel was still new to me. I go into details on what inspired me to write this book in the preface of Silhouette Lost, now available as an ebook at select online retailers.