Rain Clouds and Waterfalls


Rain Clouds and Waterfalls

Rain Clouds and Waterfalls by Piper Templeton is a lovely little coming of age and beyond story set in a time when life was simpler if only because choices were limited. In other ways, life was more harsh as the dogma of the day ruled. People, especially children, had fewer options. They didn’t revere, as we do today, the meaning of individuality, and “Authority,” meaning work, school, teachers, parents, priests, etc., was spelled with a capital A. It was always the job of rock and roll, beginning with the Beatles, to peel back the veil of mass conformity so that everyone could let their individual light shine. Rain Clouds and Waterfalls offers a peek into that beginning time.  Read the review here…

About Pam Lazos

writer, blogger, environmentally hopeful
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2 Responses to Rain Clouds and Waterfalls

  1. calensariel says:

    Just stopped by to thank you for the follow. I’ll be back around to have a peek at your blog. Looking forward to getting to know you.

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