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About Audrey Levy
Keep up with Audrey at https://audreylevy.com
Audrey Levy is a storyteller at heart. It all began at age six, when she would sit in her father’s lap and spin tales for him by turning her weekly spelling words into a cohesive story. “You are a great writer, and you’re going to be very famous one day,” he often told her. Sounds idyllic, right? Well... perhaps not.
As an adult, Audrey witnessed and experienced drug abuse, estrangement from her family, disinheritance by her parents, a twenty-year union with a now-deceased alcoholic neuropsychologist, an attempted rape by an emotionally disturbed teenage male, and was told of three alleged family suicides.
Despite all that (or perhaps because of all that, she likes to say) Audrey became a licensed Marriage and Family therapist and earned her Doctorate in Psychology. She also pioneered a journal writing method to help herself and others heal old wounds — finding hope, recovery, and redemption.
Audrey has written multiple novels and screenplays. Two of Audrey’s screenplays made it to the finals of Mr. Steven Spielberg’s Chesterfield Writing Competition, and a third screen-play made it to the finals of Mr. Redford’s Sundance Competition. She currently lives on a houseboat in California.
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Jimmy Splendor was an atheist. When he woke up in Heaven, he didn't believe he was dead, and he certainly didn't believe he was in Heaven. Greeted by his father, whom he hated on Earth, Jimmy took off running for seven years Earth time (only a few minutes in Heaven).
He finally met an angel named Oleo, who encouraged him to help his former wife, Noelle, who was still having severe nightmares years after Jimmy's passing. Jimmy and Oleo visit Noelle in her dreams, and stimulate her to write a book about her life in order to purge her emotional baggage.
Through the innovative method of written conversations with the angels of her loved ones, including her parents, this compelling work of autobiographical fiction is deeply felt and personal. It is also particularly inspirational, in that it describes how one can use the process of writing to loved ones, who have passed, as a means of examining and dealing with the most painful episodes of one's life.
Noelle's Ark is a powerfully cathartic and spiritual experience-one you will never forget.
What if a beautiful angel named Oleo came to you and gave you the opportunity to see how you could change your past and thereby alter your future?
Elizabeth Elias was a disinherited agoraphobic who hadn't been out of her house for seven years. Suddenly, she is invited to her niece's wedding, and she enlists the help of her next-door neighbor, Noelle Splendor, to get her ready for the big day.
But the big day comes, and Elizabeth is shot in the head at the festivities... but by whom? She can't remember... it's all too hazy... and she can't get the paramedics to pay attention to her, because they can't see or hear her.
Suddenly, Elizabeth finds herself in a forest filled with magic, and she is introduced to the Angel Oleo, who takes her back in time to see where it all went wrong.
During their travels, Elizabeth learns about intimacy by being allowed behind the scenes to see more about her next-door neighbor Noelle's history. Noelle was widowed at a young age, having lived with an alcoholic for 20 years, and Elizabeth hears the story of a Doctor.
Then Elizabeth must confront her own anger by learning more about her father's history in the story of a Lawyer. By seeing her father's life story from his perspective, Elizabeth is able to understand why he disinherited her and suddenly it didn't hurt as much.
And, lastly, Oleo takes Elizabeth behind the scenes to see what her brother Samuel is really all about. Samuel is one of the biggest Hollywood power brokers in history, an enigma to most of his clients and friends. Elizabeth learns the story of her brother the Indian Chief and realizes the importance of family.
After Jonathan and his ten-year-old son are victims of a hit-and-run accident on Christmas Day, Noelle is hired to help Jonathan recover. Despite trying to keep their relationship professional, sparks fly and Jonathan and Noelle soon fall in love.
When Jonathan learns his hit-and-run was no accident, he and Noelle must discover why the Mob was trying to kill him, and why they still want him dead.
Will Noelle and Jonathan be able to stop the Mob in time? Or will Jonathan and his young son become yet another loss in Noelle’s tragic life?
In this continuation of Noelle’s Ark and the Adventures of Oleo, this story, akin to Goodfellas meets The Miracle Worker is one you won’t want to miss.
Born in Paris, Noelle Rue celebrated her first birthday on the day the Nazis invaded the city. Most of her family escaped, and as an adult in New York, Noelle teaches seventh graders about the Environment.
Shortly after her French grandfather dies, Noelle's French grandmother, Simone, claims she is having repetitive dreams about an angel named Oleo, who insists that she and Noelle must hire a captain to sail them around the world, so they can live happily ever after.
The angel Oleo is adamant that they go quickly in order to find adventure and love before it's too late for both of them. Noelle, of course, refuses her dotty grandmother, claiming that what they will find is pirates, but grandmothers are pretty sneaky about getting their way. . .
With this unique and emotional blend of personal memoir, journaling self-help, and supernatural fiction — you won't want to miss this final book in the Adventures of Oleo trilogy.
NOTE: This story contains language and themes for mature audiences.
Jimmy Splendor era un ateo. Cuando se despertó en el cielo, no podía creía que estaba muerto, y ciertamente tampoco creía que estuviera en el cielo. Recibido por su padre, a quien odió en la Tierra, Jimmy salió corriendo durante siete años en el tiempo de la Tierra (que solo son unos minutos en el cielo).
Finalmente, conoció a un ángel llamada Oleo, que lo alentó a ayudar a su ex esposa, Noelle, quien todavía tenía pesadillas severas años después del fallecimiento de Jimmy. Jimmy y Oleo visitan a Noelle en sus sueños y la estimulan a escribir un libro sobre su vida para purgar todo su equipaje emocional.
Mediante el innovador método de conversaciones escritas con los ángeles de sus seres queridos, incluidos sus padres, este trabajo convincente se siente de manera profunda y personal. También es particularmente inspirador, ya que describe cómo se puede usar el proceso de la escritura como un medio para examinar y tratar los episodios más dolorosos de la vida.
El Arca de Noelle es una experiencia poderosamente catártica y espiritual; una que nunca olvidarás.