"In 2008, after completing the writing and co-producing of "That'll be the Stardust!" - the independent radio drama spin-off to the classic films 'That'll be the Day' (1973) and 'Stardust' (1974), followed by the recording of the production itself, I embarked upon the creation of songs for the fictional 'Dea Sancta et Gloria' rock opera as depicted in the latter film. The creation consists of a further nine songs in lyrical prose - all of which can be viewed via Cosmic Dwellings wattpad. One of the songs in 'Dea Sancta' is entitled "White Marble Heaven" and the following short story you're about to read basically offers the 'flip-side' of the depiction of that title with its insight into the luxury abode of rock star 'Jim Maclaine' . It's quite a controversial piece which in itself is an expansion of a scene from Ray Connolly's script and book of 'Stardust'" - writer, Tony G. Marshall.