Eleyne-Mari Sharp

Eleyne-Mari Sharp

Eleyne-Mari Sharp is the author of six fiction and nonfiction books, including "Inn Lak’ech: A Journey to the Realm of Oneness" and "Write Awake: A Conscious Path to Creativity and Change."

Born in St. Louis, Missouri, she is a former Air Force brat who lived in Texas, Alaska, Mississippi, Italy, and Germany during her first 17 years. When she was a preteen, she spent hours...
Eleyne-Mari Sharp is the author of six fiction and nonfiction books, including "Inn Lak’ech: A Journey to the Realm of Oneness" and "Write Awake: A Conscious Path to Creativity and Change."

Born in St. Louis, Missouri, she is a former Air Force brat who lived in Texas, Alaska, Mississippi, Italy, and Germany during her first 17 years. When she was a preteen, she spent hours reading plays in her local library and later acted in high school and community theater.

She has worked for television shows, advertising agencies, publishing companies, film festivals, theater companies, and writers conferences. She also produces workshops and meditations for creative writers and is a certified color therapist, spiritual aromatherapist, sound healer, and crystal worker.

Sharp lives in the tiny ocean state of Rhode Island with her retired yacht captain husband and their feline furbuddies.

Plays

  • Take One, Leave One
    Virginia can barely recall a time when she was not working as the school librarian in her charming New England hometown. Now she’s retired, the autumn leaves are falling, and she’s feeling antsy.

    Determined not to let her fading memory and considerable aches and pains get in the way of sharing her love for books and literacy, the spunky septuagenarian builds a little library on her front lawn. At...
    Virginia can barely recall a time when she was not working as the school librarian in her charming New England hometown. Now she’s retired, the autumn leaves are falling, and she’s feeling antsy.

    Determined not to let her fading memory and considerable aches and pains get in the way of sharing her love for books and literacy, the spunky septuagenarian builds a little library on her front lawn. At the grand opening, she enjoys laughing and reminiscing with her friends and neighbors, some of whom haven’t quite grasped the concept of "Take One, Leave One."

    The next week she discovers that vandals have desecrated her "sacred ground." As she mourns her library, an old friend presents a surprising offer. But can her poor heart take another life change?
  • Light Language
    "Even if we are not listening to each other, we all understand the language of Love and Light. We've just forgotten."

    Like all of the United States in July 2021, a small Cape Cod neighborhood looks forward to celebrating a normal Independence Day weekend with picnics, barbecues, and fireworks. But this is an unsettling time of dangerous conspiracy theories and political strife. It...
    "Even if we are not listening to each other, we all understand the language of Love and Light. We've just forgotten."

    Like all of the United States in July 2021, a small Cape Cod neighborhood looks forward to celebrating a normal Independence Day weekend with picnics, barbecues, and fireworks. But this is an unsettling time of dangerous conspiracy theories and political strife. It is far from "normal" and frustrations are high.

    LIGHT LANGUAGE is a two-act play about a group of Christians who attack a metaphysical bookstore during a psychic fair. As a last-ditch effort to save her failing business, the store owner invites three Christian representatives to join her and other Lightworkers for a healing circle, in hopes of encouraging peace and understanding.

    (PLEASE NOTE: This play contains religious and sexual dialogue.)

Recommended by Eleyne-Mari Sharp

  • A Good One
    26 Aug. 2023
    As a senior myself, I enjoyed this very funny play with its witty dialogue and believable characters. In fact, I would love to see more Jesse and Sara plays — any length.
  • Two Cats Explain the Monstrous Moth Group
    9 Aug. 2023
    This was a fun read. Ian Thal successfully captures the spirit (and whackiness) of the feline thought process (and that comes directly from MY two cats.) A wonderful example of how to write a short play—keep them coming, Ian!