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Lucid Dreams of Sleeping Stones

Raising Sleeping Stones cover, featuring a young woman with six glowing symbols at her fingertips. A young woman stands with an older man in front of a large mirror.

While we are denizens of this mundane world, we have all visited another world of magic and limitless possibilities… if only in our dreams. What if it were possible to bend those dreams to our will, and transform our dream selves into beings of limitless power? P.H.T. Bennet hopes to provide a path to precisely that with Raising Sleeping Stones.

When sisters Kiva and DeeDee are forced to leave their home, their adventure reveals the hidden world of the DreamKeepers. As the sisters learn the skills they need to save themselves and their town, readers will learn the skills to take control of their own dreams.

Raising Sleeping Stones will be presented as an iOS application that utilizes artwork from Veronica V. Jones and music from Joao Luis and Leo Langinger to enhance the written word. The multimedia aspects will provide subtle clues not found in the text, as well draw the reader deeper into the lives of Kiva and DeeDee as they work to save themselves and their town from nightmares made real.

Published on Friday, July 4th, 2014 by in News.

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