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Nobody likes loose ends. Unanswered questions are the faceless specters that whisper to us, call us by name, entice us to step out from the small defenses we erect around the borders of our lives. Yakiesha votes to leave their last encounter with evil as far behind as possible. Marty can't let it go. So a rock is tossed into a quiet pool and the rings reach outward disturbing what lies sleeping beyond their horizon. What is set in motion can't be undone; lives and personalities swirl in the unseen currents that are created by Marty and Yakiesha. Their wedding day approaches, but life can never be just about our own concerns, it is comprised of a hundred sparks that fly upward. And only a few will find their way into the winner's circle. SunRise Pub: It has been suggested that the trilogy of Yakiesha and Marty is filled with repetitive shapes in the narrative of the story. The third installment has the word Circle in it's title. Does this confirm that suggestion? D.L. Yoder: Readers might catch a hint as they progress through books one and two; by the third book elements of the circle abound. They may look back at the previous books and begin to count the number of times spiral comes into play. Or descriptions that hint at the circle. The third book though is filled with the elements of the circle. The spiral is used frequently; it is a circle in motion. Keys that are tossed in the air travel through an invisible arch, another piece of the circle. SunRise Pub: What is the significance of the Circle in your stories? D.L. Yoder: The circle is the shape of love. Often we draw a heart shape to signify love; but the heart shape falls short of the circle. You may have heard the expression, 'What goes around, comes around.' A circle. We send out love and it travels around a wide circumference; but it comes back to you. As we send out love from our lives the results may not be immediate, but the results do circle back to us eventually. We draw a circle of protection and concern around those that we love. People live and move in circles; sometimes their circle is very large, they include many people. Others live inside very small circles; it is them and their cat and no one else. Circles are suppose to be in motion though, extending outward. Things that are not in motion are stagnant and in danger of death. Orbit is a word that describes a circle. Our lives orbit around what is precious to us. I could go on too long concerning circles. SunRise Pubs: Is this the last we will hear from Yakiesha and Marty? D.L. Yoder: They might circle back around again for new adventures.
bound: 453 pages
publisher: Independently published (May 27, 2017)
isbn: 1521383146, 978-1521383148,
weight: 1.7 pounds (