In the award-winning novel, Beyond Stone, Andie, a stone sculptor, walks the line between reality and fantasy, never knowing for sure which side the shadowy figures are on.
Andie is a stone sculptor by day and a street artist by night. Reeling from grief and guilt, she starts to go down the rabbit hole. But at her darkest moment, three of her sculptures come alive to try and save her. Andie walks the line between reality and fantasy, never sure which side she’s on.
About the Author
Christine Roney began her professional life by earning a Juris Doctor degree in California and practicing law at the trial and appellate levels. While writing briefs for the courts and advocating for her clients gave her much satisfaction, she eventually realized that she wanted to take a more artistic path.
She completed the professional screenwriting program at UCLA Film School and has written several screenplays. And although she loves the screenplay format, Christine decided that writing novels would allow her to delve much deeper into the characters that play around in her head.
Recently, Christine started The Roney Writes Podcast. The tagline for the podcast is “Let me tell you a story” because that’s what it’s about – stories. Christine writes them and narrates them. Her stories are multidimensional – they will intrigue you, entertain you, sometimes make you laugh, sometimes make you misty-eyed and, most of all, leave you eagerly anticipating the next episode.
To learn more about Christine, please visit her website: https://roneywrites.com.
“Brilliant. A fascinating journey into the mind of an artist where reality is the abstract. A must read.”
“Excellent read. This book was recommended by a friend. Totally enjoyed it. Didn’t put it down ’til I finished.”
“If you love to curl up with a well written, engaging book that you just can’t put down, “Beyond Stone” by Christine Roney is a good choice. The main character in the book (Andi) is a sculptor, developed in depth by Ms. Roney, who pulls the reader into the joys and frustrations of the creative process of sculpting. The journey is a tough one and not until the very end of the book do we know if Andi will survive her tortured journey.”
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