The Little Black Book of Suicide Notes
In her debut novel, Adele Paula Royce presents a semi-fictional look inside the mind and heart of a tortured soul who is on the verge of ending her own life. Through this raw and authentic journey into the heart of darkness, Adele shines a unique light on the human experience that leaves you more inspired to live life to the fullest.
With an Artistic educational background spanning from the famed School of Visual Arts in NYC and a degree in Fine Arts and English Literature from the City University system, Adele Paula Royce paved her way onto the Corporate America scene. She envisioned corporations artistically as a blank canvas, and utilized a Jackson Pollock technique of colorful truth to secure those business relationships. Instead of talking about products and services, she taught them about Thoreau, quoted Biblical scripture, and shared stories of inspiring fascination that kept the executives coming back for more…invariably the business followed. Adele took a 2-year break from Corporate America to manage the career of a singer/songwriter, and via the same technique paved her way onto the music scene and into the boardrooms of some of the music industry’s famed elite. She has always been a seeker of truth, and more than a decade ago began studies under the tutelage of a Master teacher of Western Spirituality. She has been a student of Kabbalistic Practice ever since. Adele currently resides in NYC.
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