Indigo. It is the color of life's mystery and beauty, of compassion and integrity. It is in Indigo that secrets to a challenging and introspective world are revealed. Will you see through the eyes on an Indigo soul? VOLUME INDIGO will take you on a journey into the parables of life, love and gender. Featuring Favorite Son, Two People On A Ferris Wheel, A Girl Like That and The Family Dinner, enter the imagination of Danielle Kaessner and hear the voice of her soul. Favorite Son Brian is living a good life. He has a steady job and a loving girlfriend, who is pregnant with their child. But when he learns that two of his brothers have been arrested, Brian is drawn back into the drama of his estranged family. As he follows the clues in a web of secrecy, he begins to ask if his brothers really are who he thought they were. Two People On A Ferris Wheel Kevin was looking to get his love life back on track. That was when he met Gwen, a green-eyed beauty with a vibrant personality. But what was supposed to be a simple first date becomes an introspective and challenging night for both of them. A Girl Like That Josh needs some relationship advice. In his quest to find the girl of his dreams, he met Nadia, whom he discovered was trans*. While they seemed like kindred spirits, he could t get over that one aspect of who she is. But matter how many women he meets, his thoughts always come back to Nadia. The Family Dinner On a cold winter night, a loving family gathers around the table for supper. The talk of the evening focuses on 20-year-old Nate, who brought a curious girl, Kandra, home to meet his family. As his siblings and parents try to figure out her secret, she reveals it. From that moment on, the close and caring family will never be the same again.
My name is Danielle Kaessner. I am an independent fiction writer from Colorado. I received a BA in Classics from Xavier University. My other works include The Pyromachia tetralogy and The Autumn Is Darkening (both published as Jonathan Kaessner) as well as The Girl Who Couldn't Cry. I am an advocate for trans* rights. If you would like to know more about me or my works, please contact me through my website: www.dkaessner.com Or you can follow me on Twitter: @dani_kaessner