Jenna is a self confessed bookaholic. She started her blog after college, and actually finished 130+ books in 2011! She loves books and she loves sharing what she thinks about the books she reads.
She has a passion for YA literature and the paranormal and so I was thrilled when she offered me a guest post on her blog. What could be more in keeping with her interests than a post about “Why the Paranormal is Really Normal.”
In this article I explore how most children are spiritually open and why they turn their spiritual abilities down to please the adults around them. I also talk about how my book “The Midas Tree” can help children and adults to rekindle and make use of these abilities.
YA Indie author Dalya Moon, says she grew up with her nose in a book. Dalya writes quickly, so her friends have dubbed her “book-a-week.” She released two titles in 2011 and three so far in 2012. Dalya asked me to offer some tips on the best way to turn a vision into a story. So today we visit her blog, where I talk about my creative process and discuss some techniques that will help you capture that great sense of imagination you had when you were a child.
[Read – Turning a Vision into a Story…]
September 12, 2012
Lilla Csongradi – The Dawn of Fire
Today we head to the blog of Lilla Csongradi, a philologist, who records teachings from the angelic realm that come through a psychic medium, called Julia. They co-authored a book, dictated by Angels, called The Dawn of Fire.
Lilla interviews me about The Midas Tree and I share information on how reading The Midas Tree, can benefit children; as well as how a woman with a background in science and business came to write a spiritual novel.