04 May This is a love letter
Sen, Sanja, and the Cube of Runes is not just another funny and imaginative story about a pair of siblings tracking their missing parents through weird dimensions. This book is a love letter from a husband and father to his children and wife.
In the time of writing, I wasn’t aware of it, but now I know: there is beauty, art, and spirit coming through this human author as he stepped out of his way. By unknown stars, I was led to describe the best in my family as it is.
Two angelic children (joined in real life by the third some sixteen moons ago) are who they are: magically beautiful outwardly and within, intelligent to the extreme, super kind, generous to a fault, lion-hearted brave, witty, inventive, dreamy, and ever so sensitive and compassionate. I hope the characters in the story do them justice.
And my dear, fateful wife, as you once told me: “You, I cannot judge.” At times unable to express the shiny rainbow of emotions I feel for her daily, I created Her in other worlds, limitless and unencumbered, complete and true, as a feeble attempt to say, “I love you.”
On a deep social note, Sen, Sanja, and the Cube of Runes is a prayer for all families to remain together in love. May no child ever lose a parent, and may no child ever be lost in any way at all. Aho!
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