Gertrude & Grace – A steampunk fiction book, music album and live show

25,000 people want to know.  You may be the next one to understand that you’re tap-dancing around your most important life-changing decision.

You’ve read and heard all about the notion of having it all:  Love AND the pursuit of your destiny—what you were meant to do with your life.  Is it even possible to have it all?

Two Blood Sisters, Gertrude & Grace, must find out.  Their lives depend on it and so does their world.

It’s there itching in the back of your mind.  Most people are aware in their gut that they’re not satisfied with their lives.  We have so many choices to make and such a short life to accomplish everything.  This is the question that Gertrude and Grace, her best friend, must answer.

Gertrude & Grace is a fiction book set in the steampunk era of the 1920’s.  Eleven chapters explore the damaged Gertrude and gregarious Grace, their friendship, and why they’re falling down.  Eleven songs on the music album of the same name explore the two of them from a different perspective—gothic and progressive music.  And the live performance of the book and music interactively includes the audience in the decision.

What single phrase describes your view on Love or Destiny and why did you select one over the other?

Join our community of 25,000 people with Null Paradox, the artists who created “Gertrude & Grace.”  Book and music available today.  Live show on February 11, 2014 at the Magic Bag Theater, Ferndale, Michigan.

www.NullParadox.com

Null Paradox is a community of writers and musicians who have created the book, music album and interactive live show exploring the story of Gertrude & Grace.  You can contact Tom Libertiny:  Web:  www.NullParadox.com  E-mail:  nullparadox@nullparadox.com  Phone:  248-877-2535

 

 

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