Passion flashes its lustrous smile as Pamela explains, “Well, I gave my heart and soul to the people of Native America while creating the epic historic fiction novel ‘Chétan’. Does that help?” Possibly not if you are cyber-surfing and find yourself on a tropical island with a wench by the same name.
Published by US publisher Mundania Press, Ohio, Pamela Faye’s Native American novel “Chétan” is woven through visions flowing from five hundred nations of incalculably beautiful and spiritual people. Pamela speaks of the fires of passion, that were ignited to create this story. “Native American Elders and Chiefs had visions through prophet’s eyes. They saw truths, truths that offer, ‘All blood is red, all bones are white, it was not the color of our skins, it is the spirit within’.”
Dakota Wind asked, why Native American spirituality? ‘Native American spirituality speaks through silent voices… sit and listen and we will hear, watch with patience and we will see. Mother Earth, Father Sky, the four winds, the sacred fires, honor and respect… a spirituality far too sacred to be lost.”
Asked about the concept of five hundred nations of people being lost to history’s events, the author shook her head, “Lost? Lost to America, as it is in the 21st Century? I truly believe the Great Spirit has opened the gates to the spirit fires to embrace the beauty of Native America for eternity. Some things are just too sacred to lose.”
Pamela Faye’s Native American historic fiction “Chétan” remains faithful to the voices of orators, elders, and chiefs throughout the storytelling. A voice that speaks from the spirit fires of ancestors who saw this vision unfold long before it ever came to pass. The author offers, “Chétan” was given to me as a sacred gift, there is no other explanation, words literally flowed from rivers of tears to chapters. How does an author explain this away? She can’t. It is the story of the warrior Chétan, the war chief Thundercloud, and the Great Chief of an itinerant tribe, Matoskah. The white woman attacked by wolves at the Muskegon River is Kiesa. From a vision seen long before it came to pass, not only through ancestors eyes, but the author’s.”
Reviewed by multi award winning Indian Poet Nikhil Parekh his words emanate, “Chétan is a profound perpetuation into the fascinating mystique of spirituality. An inevitable page turner spawning into the true majesty of early America. This novel transports the reader into a paradise of untamed glory and untainted spirituality.”
Red is the color of passions while passions flow from running streams to the vastness of open seas. The story of “Chétan” lifts from the spirit fires of five hundred nations through the sacred gift of storytelling. Pamela Faye is not only an author, but an arts editor and publicist for L.A. screenplay writer Daniel Guardino and movie producer Michael Z. Gordon. A talent in red, with passions untamed. It is this free spirit which delivers countless publications from her creative works.
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