About the Book
Noah’s Garden is a story of life’s most important lessons as seen through the eyes
of a variety of animals and mythical entities, both in nature around us and in our
imaginations. It takes us through the life of one stray dog named Jewell as she
discovers why her crazy antics cause her own troubles to exist, and how that same
energy can be placed on a higher level that would surround her and those she loves
most with much goodness.
In the process, she runs into the Monster Shadow, the ultimate that exists because of the discarded bad intentions of all those who have gone through Noah’s Forest before her as they traveled to the garden and to the discovery of their “better” selves. With the help of Daffonia, the deer Jewell encounters first when she enters the forest, and many others, including an aggravating little sprite named Tolebit, all the way through the many Eyes of the Forest and to their leader, Astilbe, Jewell has the journey of a lifetime and discovers the true value of learning life’s lessons the hard way.
Noah’s Garden is about sudden realizations and the learning process we all go through to reach those levels of understanding. It is about self-reflection and defense mechanisms, fixing our flaws and trying to be as good as we can be. It is about understanding ourselves and learning to understand the world around us.
About the Author
Rosemarie E. Bishop was born and raised in Lackawanna, NY, married Christopher A. Bishop from Buffalo, NY in 1992, and moved to New England in 1993. In 1995 she and her husband built their “cabin in the woods” in a small town in New Hampshire where they reside to this day. Bishop began writing novels in 1999 and currently has five other novels in print, three of which make up The Moral Vampire Series – Search For A Soul, A Matter Of Conscience, and Spiritual Vengeance, plus two stand alone novels, Noah’s Garden and Mrs. Pope. For more information about this author and her work visit www.rosemariebishop.com. Cover graphic by painter Maria Lucia Cortina who created the painting shown on the cover of A Brother’s Love.