Ma-Ha Photography Amador County photographer, photographs Amador County writer Jayna Pirolozzi

November 09, 2012  •  Leave a Comment

 

People that have been following me for a while know that I did a photo shoot  a while back for the back cover of a local writers book. I am now very excited to announce that her book is out! Jayna Pirolozzi has written two books the first of which was just published. “The Resolution of Red Tears”  Her is the books description as written by Amazon
 
In an age when hatred still prevails one man’s heart is to build 
a bridge of repentance, forgiveness and reconciliation.
It will take Red Tears.
 
One apology can change the course of a nation.
 
Daniel Red Tears Patterson is half Navajo, and works as a modern day under- sheriff in Stake Town, Arizona. He was given the name Red Tears by his grandfather as a prophetic name meaning, “the tears of our people cry through him”. A widower; he and his daughter, Jessica have a close relationship and are well liked in their town by all except by Daniel’s colleagues, Tom and Bill McKinley who are White Supremasts. The situation is not helped by the fact that Tommy Jr. is in love with Daniel’s daughter. 
Daniel uncovered the McKinley’s plans to form an Aryan army and believes the McKinley’s killed his wife, a full Navajo, as a warning to keep him quiet. Daniel takes his daughter back to the reservation to help an old friend, Ben investigate a missing clansman. While there he faces his brother-in-law who holds a long grudge against Daniel.
Daniel begins to feel his heart cry for reconciliation in his family and between the first Nation People and White America. This cry will drive him to the United States Senate.
 
If you would like to know more about the author and see the photo that was used for the back cover of the book, you can check out her bio page here:
People that have been following me for a while know that I did a photo shoot  a while back for the back cover of a local writers book. I am now very excited to announce that her book is out! Jayna Pirolozzi has written two books the first of which was just published. “The Resolution of Red Tears”  Her is the books description as written by Amazon
 
In an age when hatred still prevails one man’s heart is to build 
a bridge of repentance, forgiveness and reconciliation.
It will take Red Tears.
 
One apology can change the course of a nation.
 
Daniel Red Tears Patterson is half Navajo, and works as a modern day under- sheriff in Stake Town, Arizona. He was given the name Red Tears by his grandfather as a prophetic name meaning, “the tears of our people cry through him”. A widower; he and his daughter, Jessica have a close relationship and are well liked in their town by all except by Daniel’s colleagues, Tom and Bill McKinley who are White Supremasts. The situation is not helped by the fact that Tommy Jr. is in love with Daniel’s daughter. 
Daniel uncovered the McKinley’s plans to form an Aryan army and believes the McKinley’s killed his wife, a full Navajo, as a warning to keep him quiet. Daniel takes his daughter back to the reservation to help an old friend, Ben investigate a missing clansman. While there he faces his brother-in-law who holds a long grudge against Daniel.
Daniel begins to feel his heart cry for reconciliation in his family and between the first Nation People and White America. This cry will drive him to the United States Senate.
 
If you would like to know more about the author and see the photo that was used for the back cover of the book, you can check out her bio page here:
 
 

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