Diane Sherry Case

Liv and Skye have been best friends since pre-school. At sixteen, they are trying to make the leap from “Hello Kitty” to lace thong underwear. Skye is incredibly talented and beautiful and into everything she can find in her Mom’s medicine cabinet. Her parents don’t seem to care what she does. Her mother is an ex-model who parties all the time and her dad still travels with his punk-rock band, leaving Skye to look after her two little sisters – when she’s not hanging around with her homeless junkie boyfriend. Liv’s parents are feeling their way through a recent divorce, but everyone seems to be OK with it.

Then one day, all Liv has left is Skye’s journal – her thoughts, frustrations, hopes and fears, her colorful drawings – and a lot of anger. She decides to join her mom – an award-winning documentary filmmaker – on a trek across The Himalaya as she films the charity work of a Tibetan monk. It is a long and harrowing journey for Liv who takes Skye’s journal with her to read when no one else is around. Liv has so many questions. Will Skye’s journal give her the answers she needs to be able to let go?

View promotional video

Earth to Skye

Soft Cover

ISBN 978-1-943492-22-0

$15.99 + $3.50 s/h (USA only)*

Deluxe Hard Back with Dust Jacket

ISBN 978-1-943492-23-7

$28.99 + $3.50 s/h (USA only)*

“Lyrical and moving.”

              – Francesca Lia Block, author of “Weetzie Bat”

Veteran actress Diane Sherry Case (whose favorite role was Lana Lang in Superman, The Movie) is now a writer and filmmaker living in Santa Monica, California. Her short stories have been widely published and her first novel Elephant Milk won a best novel award in the Next Generation Indie Book Awards and has been adapted for screen. As an alumni of the American Film Institute’s Directors Workshop for Women, she wrote and directed two short films, Spa-tel and Valentine’s Day, and more recently the 2016 television series House Poor.  She also teaches a therapeutic writing program that she developed. Her book on the subject, Write For Recovery: Exercises for Heart, Mind and Spirit, will be published in 2017.  

FREE PREVIEW! Click on any page to enlarge

* Media mail is available within the USA only. Email for costs on overseas delivery.

Standard discount for booksellers and dealers for orders of six or more copies.

© 2019  Elm Grove Publishing

Phone   +1.210.846.8092                        Find us on 

  • Facebook Social Icon