“A Cure or Something Better” is the provocative title of my upcoming eleventh book (overall) and my fourth inspiring volume of fiction, to date. My friends and my fellow writers think that this is my most captivating and accomplished work yet. My name is Rhiannon Tibbetts and I am a human rights activist, a transgender author, a member of a local Christian church and a community volunteer. This current novel, mentioned above, is a part of a five book series of my ground-breaking fictional efforts. Three of those other insightful works are already completed and published. Those volumes are entitled: “Revolution on Highway 73”, “Hope, Grace and Charity in an Inventive, Apocalyptic Vision of Healing” and “Mourning without Warning by Morning” and they can be found most easily on Amazon. “A Cure or Something Better” actually fits second in the series chronologically. The fifth and culminating novel is still in the planning stages.
There is some uplifting and unforgettable drama in each of these books but the main focus is one of intriguing character study. The intrepid central character in this series, Hope, is a Christian/transgender woman. She faces quite a few challenges due to her own identity and also due to the conflicts that are visited upon her. These dilemmas are incurred by both friends as well as hostile outside influences and individuals. The newest book introduces a character named Audrey who is a transwoman who suffers from schizophrenia. One of the main story lines in “A Cure or Something Better” centers on the roller coaster relationship that we are taken with Hope and Audrey. Another feature of these books is the behind the scenes look that we get at the lives of some transgender women.
“A Cure or Something Better” should hit the shelves in the upcoming months.
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