A Tale of Venice; The Red Headed Child

A Tale of Venice; The Red Headed Child

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Sue discovers the perfect dream house for her family in Venice, California. She attempts to make the home perfect for her husband Bob returning from Vietnam and her two young daughters. But there are many secrets that lie within the cheerful little house that Sue is unaware of but soon finds out as the couple adjusts to Bob being home. Can they protect their children against the menacing presence that may also share the residence?show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 34 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 2mm | 68g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • Large type / large print
  • Large Print
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1514292254
  • 9781514292259

About Soror Pythia Hippolyta

Soror Pythia Hippolyta is a student of Western Esoteric Tradition. She is an initiated neo-pagan priestess that has studied with several traditions as well as studying chaos magic and has worked with several different worldwide organizations with different mentors/teachers in their programs. She has been reading tarot cards for 34 years and has done so for clients in her home as well as for the public at a local occult shop in her area. Many people in her family also follow their own alternate paths. She has had an article published in Konton Magazine an international occult magazine, as well as having been a reporter/writer for the Salt Lake Community College newspaper, The Globe as a paid journalist, writing articles about politics, human interest and critiquing restaurants and entertainment. She also works writing hubs on various subjects, such as animals, politics, self-help topics and critiquing different television shows. She lives with her significant other in their hundred year old brick home with their five cats, Odin, Thor, Loki, Onyx and Horus. She has an AS in criminal justice, BS degree in psychology and anthropology (focusing on anthropology of religion) and is currently working on her Master's Degree in clinical mental health counseling. She is also an environmental activist who belongs to several organizations and is quite passionate about saving the planet and animals that live on it. She is an elementary school teacher and loves children and enjoys spending time with her family which consists of her adult children and extended family as well as her friends, cooking, entertaining and decorating her home with antiques. Soror Pythia Hippolyta can be reached via email at: Anthropology_lady365@yahoo.comshow more

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