New York, NY, July 14, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Oceana: a love story follows Oceana, a lifelong surfer and a former fashion model, who finds solace for the losses in her life in the waves of the ocean. Oceana has grown to love only the ocean - surfing and teaching others how to care for the ocean. Things change for her when she meets her younger neighbor, a British professional golfer named Guy. Their meeting is accidental, but it leads to another meeting at the ocean where Oceana takes Guy surfing. Surfing lessons and golf lessons turn into dinner dates and eventually a romance blossoms between the two athletes. Their worlds change when, one night, Oceana doesn't come home from surfing.
“'Oceana: a love story' is about love, loss and transformation,” says Lindh. “Not every love story is cut and dry with boy meets girl; they fall in love and live happily ever after. Oceana and Guy are both strong, intelligent and successful athletes and their age difference is irrelevant to them. They deeply love completely different sports and yet they come to value, respect and love each other. Like the sea and the land, Oceana and Guy come to define and transform each other,” says Lindh.
Oceana: a love story
Author: CC Lindh
Publisher: Singing Trees Productions
Published: May 2012
About the Author:
CC Lindh wears many hats, including that of a teacher, writer, artist and musician. She has spent much of her life as a teacher of young children. While engaged in this profession, Lindh has been able to incorporate her love of the arts and share the beauty of our natural world with her students. In addition, Lindh founded and produced many jazz concerts, most notably the internationally recognized Charlie Parker Jazz Festival in New York City. Lindh is currently at work on a book of poetry titled: "The edge of you & other poems."
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