The Pink Forest is a book that will seat you on the edge of
possibility. You have not come upon its pages by accident. Its pages
have willed you here, for in them you will move your thinking. Set
down in the text, "felt emotion" will trigger within you an
enlivened state of feeling, where you will step between the border
of reader and text and glimpse yourself in affection, see your
sensibility as a thinker and get caught up in the history of your
enthusiasm. Are you stepping into heavyweight literature you may
ask? No. You are merely stepping out of the margins of your life.
Experiencing The Pink Forest is living a moment of profound
transition. Through ongoing dialogue, alternative ways of relating
to things emerges. Meaning unfolds in distinctions when the language
of infinite possibilities is spoken. Transcendent moments exist
outside our routine, everyday.
The Pink Forest is flying silk and a canvas of lace. It is a magic
gleam and a twinkling eye. It is playful glances, soft pecks upon
the lips, and swirls of eye-catching smiles. It is endless stretches
of bed ruffles and flowing satin sheets strewn across a candle-lit
floor. It is thick pillows, the coolness of moonlight, and
giggle-strewn chatter in the mist of rose-silk petals.
But more than anything, The Pink Forest is about one woman wishing
upon life for the courage to feel her enchanted self. Caught in
gusts of emotion, her small draped figure lands on the tree of
possibility where she becomes an amorous creature.
Glistening with intimate confessions, she blushes the earth and
wanders into The Pink Forest.