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 Post subject: Re: Something curious
PostPosted: 14 Oct 2015 12:46 am 
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Patrice has an engaging writing style! Her books are great.


Well she seems to have gone quiet on the whole Rennes enigma?


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She`s always up to something. Her new book about the Rennes

area will be out next year.

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October 10, 2015 at 8:58am

"Going to Paris to appear in the Italian drama doc of Modigliani and Jeanne Heburterne - Artists in Love for Sky Art.
I wrote the book "Into the Darkness Laughing" about their life in Paris.

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Patrice Chaplin It will also be available in paperback. Sky Arts documentary out early next year. More research went into
this story than I could believe possible. It taught me about coincidence and how time is reclaimable

Melissa Scott-Miller It's brilliant, I loved it

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 Post subject: Re: Something curious
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So Renne what's happening with Patrice these days? Any more RLC "revelations" to share with everyone?


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"Siesta" is now available as an ebook, published by Endeavour Press.

Miles Davis did the music for the film and brought a many layered resonance to the story. Unforgettable. Certainly a theme that goes beyond the
4 dimensions. A passage from The Tibetan Book of the Dead could describe it. "To all who weep shalt thou say. Here am I. Weep not. But they hear
thee not and thou thinkest 'I am dead. What must I do.'"

You can find it on amazon: http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B01D4VQBXQ?vs=1

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 Post subject: New book!
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Death Trap published by Endeavour Press available on Amazon now.

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Hey, Renne, you reminded me that I had never gotten around to reading "Mr. Lazarus". When I went to find it, it appears to
have vanished into some sort of internet portal...any idea what that's about?

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"Mr. Lazarus" was an e-book I think. "The Stone Cradle" was out for a time as well but

she has been posting other things lately.

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On Kindle - Google.

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Great cover!

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Caelum wrote:
Hey, Renne, you reminded me that I had never gotten around to reading "Mr. Lazarus". When I went to find it, it appears to
have vanished into some sort of internet portal...any idea what that's about?


Hope this doesn't disappear on you. Pretending to find the cloth, nails and cross is a bit too much even for fiction maybe that's what did it.
https://www.scribd.com/doc/97751179/New ... 2012-Issue

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That does sound like the local heresy.

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I`ve read her autobiographical books, this one is particularly hair-raising.

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That does sound like the local heresy.

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I`ve read her autobiographical books, this one is particularly hair-raising.


It upsets me that there was a tone of abuse against her. She's a bit of adventure junkie but I do not subscribe to allowing part of the sisterhood to tolerate that kind of behaviour on a universal social level.
I think the part of me that enjoys the mysterious concept of time/space travel enjoys the ride she has the ability to take the reader on but there are also fundamental flaws in the logic of surrealism in that I believe it needs an addendum to fully understand the Artist.

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She was essentially an orphan who was always running and found the sun.

This photo reminds us of someone, is it her maternal grandfather who was

"a minor aristocrat"? Here is a clue: at one time he was not so minor.

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That is a very surrealistic area, they have some sort of ancient medicinal

formula that is used in a very secretive way down there.

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Picasso after Velasquez.

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Juan Miro coffee mug - they had their own version of cactus tea.

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Renne wrote:
"Mr. Lazarus" was an e-book I think.


Yes, I realize it was an e-book and that is what I can't find anywhere, almost as if it was pulled?

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 Post subject: Something curious
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Available on Amazon, advertised today.

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"We are preparing a movie, set on Perpignan Station, including excerpts from Mr Lazarus. It focuses on Dali's portal experience in 1963

which resulted in his painting of the station and much speculation afterwards. We start work in September. More to follow." - Patrice Chaplin

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 Post subject: Re: Something curious
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Renne wrote:

Available on Amazon, advertised today.


Thanks, Renne!

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