Local authors Phoenix Duffy and Sara Anne Noah join us on Facebook LIVE to celebrate their Young Adult book The Grass is Always Greenest Under Our Own Feet. Tune in on Facebook.
About the Book
Two light-shifting teenage superheroes bio-hack an Old Earth Paradigm Town to heal it from lack, racism, environmental injustice and corporate greed.
The Grass Is Always Greenest Under Our Own Feet is the transformative and metaphysical journey of two superhero teenagers, Synchronicity and Serendipity Heavenridge, who come from the town of Starseed, a Utopian village where everyone’s aura shines brightly and the grass is always green under their feet. The intuitively gifted siblings answer a call for help and go on a divine mission to the town of Lost Valley, a place caught up in the trauma and drama of the old paradigm of lack and limitation. There, they explore and experience concepts foreign to them, such as fear, illness, doom, greed, racism, polluted air and water, scarcity, and lack of compassion. Ultimately, they help to uplift, heal, transform and shift the lower vibrations of the townspeople into unconditional love consciousness before it’s too late.
About the Authors
Co-authors, Phoenix Duffy and Sara Anne Noah were both born and raised in Southeastern Michigan and did not know each other. Serendipitously, they both arrived in Northern California in the summer of 2016 and met in the East Bay at a spiritual center in Alameda called The Home Of Truth. Entertained and moved by life lessons, observations, events and adventures they experienced while in California during their blossoming friendship, they became inspired to write this allegorical story book as a tale of hope and redemption for a shifting paradigm. Interestingly, both authors have returned home to their roots in Michigan serendipitously in 2021 and are excited to explore animation projects involved with their book.