Andersen Light: A Mystic Creek Novel is the fictitious lighthouse near the fictional town of Mystic Creek. It’s been in the Andersen family since its inception—before the Light House Establishment or its successor, the Lighthouse Service. Andersen lightkeeping goes way back to the old country, the Northern Lighthouse Board and Robert Stevenson companies, if the Andersens were real people.
Generations of our Andersens have renovated Andersen Light: A Mystic Creek Novel to make it what it is today, an extra-wide and tall lighthouse, with each level a pleasantly functional space.
Light shines through the Fresnel lens many miles into the distance at night while natural light floods into substantial vertical hurricane windows in daytime. A nighttime view of Andersen Light: A Mystic Creek Novel reveals the tower’s rotating light reaching out into the world and Luther’s reading lamps from his rooms on level two or his office/library/classroom located on level four, the gallery.
Balconies surround the upper levels, including, of course, the gallery which also has a half-moon shaped kitchenette built around one side of the spiral staircase.
A new remodeling begins on the second and third levels toward the end of Andersen Light: A Mystic Creek Novel, the novel.
Learn more about the estate and grounds of Andersen Light: A Mystic Creek Novel in Part Two of this blog.
New fiction author, Tanya D. Dawson, has written a story for the young adult in all of us. Her pending novel, Andersen Light: A Mystic Creek Novel, brightens the sometimes dark world of YA to deliver the angst and the weird in this inspiring adventure of mystery, intrigue, and mysticism grounded in today’s world. While Andersen Light: A Mystic Creek Novel is primarily set on the West Coast, Tanya lives and works in the American Southwest.