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By: Patricia Sharp

Le Rien - The Nothing

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Le Rien - The Nothing is simply the continuum to escape through time and space. Jade is just an explorer through time who fell head over heels for Anthony Black, a unique combination of endless souls attracted magnetically. After marrying Anthony, Jade thought her world was complete and secure, but the wedding bliss didn't last long, as Anthony battled his demons with anger and lust. Anthony loved Jade but would fall prey to jealousy. Losing his temper, Jade would retreat into Le Rien - The Nothing to seek the comfort in a different era of time. She would return through her black moments to Anthony, losing time and reality, with each journey. Focusing on the present trials and tribulations of life, she is consumed by the tumultuous velocity and transforms her future into the realms of two worlds through the channel of The Nothing and enters Le Rien.
Patricia Sharp was born in Dartford, Kent, England. Her parents immigrated with the family to Australia in 1964, searching for a land of sunshine, opportunity and dreams. A wonderful choice for the family and one they were always grateful for making. Arriving in Sydney, December 1964, they lived in Kirribilli, Kings Cross and Auburn for short periods until purchasing a block of land at Chester Hill in the western suburbs of Sydney. The house was built and Patricia and her three siblings had a magnificent upbringing in the new urban sprawl of the '60s that came with the cultural brand 'Westy'. A branding that she proudly boasted to all she has met on her journey through life. It was from these wonderful years living through the '60s, '70s, '80s and '90s that Patricia learned to dream, love and write. Society might have put their brand on the west but what they didn't appreciate was that it facilitated to nurture so many great people, just ordinary people and the battlers from the west, who strived for greatness without losing that natural human instinct to fight for opportunities while keeping ethically grounded. She met her life partner, Kenneth, at the age of 21 and had three beautiful, talented children, who kept them grounded throughout everyday life. They moved to the Central Coast, battling to afford to live with the increasing costs of housing in Sydney. For years, Patricia wrote stories as a hobby while bringing up the family. After the passing of her parents and her children becoming adults, leaving the family home, Patricia realised how quickly the years had passed. She wrote a series of books and aptly called it Timeless.
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