RL Green is interested in the resilience and contrariness of the human spirit, fragile though it is.
Ruth is lucky enough to live in Sydney, Australia surrounded by beaches and country. She likes to live a life in many dimensions – writer, horsewoman, wife, artist, mother, friend, skier, farmer, reader, community spokeswoman, public speaker, to name a few.
The important thing is not to be defined within one cast of characters or setting in real life as there is always more excitement and more to learn and enjoy outside the circle you feel comfortable in.
A NEW NOVEL BY RL GREEN
Incinerate is a story about young individuals trying to love life as their best selves. Ted is looking for answers as his Uncle lies dying in ICU, his half-sister turns up like a fairy princess with a wicked but gorgeous enchantress tagging along and a best friend whose good opinion is not easily bought. Personal dilemmas are sidetracked by a bizarre business proposition on dogs and their demise with an untrustworthy associate. No neat end is waiting as the personal and business unpredictably intersect.
Nature represents the great challenge to humankind. How to enjoy its beauty, eat its produce, drink its pure water, take from it the power to run the modern world, pave over it, fly through its skies, change its shape and texture and all the while try not to damage beyond repair its fragility and rhythm. Ruth moves from city to country and in doing so breathes different air, sees different colours and shapes, hears contrasting sound and in this transition tries to create a human response that is not intrusive but harmonious and sustainable.