Wednesday, 30 January 2013

On the back cover -

This is what it will say on the back cover of "Despite the Angels": Have you ever felt you know someone already, even though you only just met? Maybe you knew them in another life.... Lucy and David, who live in modern Dublin, first knew each other in Ancient Crete. They had a baby girl, but disaster struck, and their guardian angels have been trying to reunite the little family for 4,000 years. Despite the angels’ attempts to be understood, humans often do not hear, and unwittingly can waste whole lifetimes.... Now in Dublin things are still not going according to plan - Lucy is too young, and David is marrying someone else. Angels are optimists, so they are re-organising, but HUMANS MUST LISTEN TO THEIR ANGELS

Tuesday, 22 January 2013

It's nearly here!

Publication grows closer - this is the cover for "Despite the Angels". Of course, it won't look like this for a while, until I get it into a paper version. But I hope it will be an Ebook pretty soon, I am really looking forward to lots of feedback!

Tuesday, 1 January 2013

Souls and Suicide

I just read a comment on someone's blog in which the writer said she/he would not commit suicide 'because I now realise I would never see my loved ones again'. What a horrifically cruel idea. It actually seems, from the work of Michael Newton and other between-life regression therapists, that although suicide is not considered a great idea,it is not a sin with punishments. If life throws you a dreadful lesson, and one way out is to cut short that life, it is likely that you will 'have to' (there is never any compulsion)take another life with a similar challenge. There is absolutely no suggestion that a soul is punished for opting out, and it will be welcomed home as normal, and can spend any necessary time with friends and family. Check out 'Journey of Souls' and 'Destiny of Souls' or