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Developing Your Psychic Skills #3 Psychometry

Our Sister of the Fey, Karen DeMers Dowdall shares a hair-raising experience in this discussion on developing your psychic skills. Have a read! Developing your Psychic Skills: 3 Psychometry  Part one Last month, October 1st we learned about Psychic Protection and this month we will begin to learn how to… Continue reading

Colleen’s #Book #Reviews – “Panama,” by Author, C. S. Boyack

Title: Panama Amazon Author Page: C. S. Boyack File Size: 2493 KB Print Length: 310 Pages Publisher: Self-Published by Author Publication Date: May 8, 2014 Sold By: Amazon Digital Services LLC Language: English ASIN: B00K7Q949A Formats: Kindle Goodreads Genres: Fantasy, Urban & Paranormal, Action & Adventure, Western IN THE AUTHOR’S WORDS: Ethan and Coop are sent to the construction zone along… Continue reading

Colleen’s #Book #Reviews – “Somewhere My Lady,” by Author, Beth Trissel

Title: Somewhere My Lady, Book 1 in the Lady of Time Series Amazon Author: Beth Trissel File Size:  2109 KB Print Length:  162 Pages Publisher: The Wild Rose Press, Inc Publication Date: July 12, 2017 Sold By: Amazon Digital Services LLC Language: English ASIN: B071VTNC7V Formats: Paperback and Pre-release Price: Kindle Goodreads Genres: Time Travel, Romance, Ghosts, Literature & Fiction, Paranormal… Continue reading

EXTRA, EXTRA! READ ALL ABOUT IT! NEW RELEASE: “THE STORM” by Effrosyni Moschoudi

I am so excited to share in the excitement of the release of the third book in the Lady of the Pier Trilogy, “The Storm,” with Effrosyni Moschoudi. I have enjoyed the first two books immensely, and I know you will love them too! If you would like to read… Continue reading

Pixel Prose Challenge: The Weeping Lady

The time of darkness is almost upon us, as swirling fog, damp with moisture clings to deep black silhouettes of trees starkly lit by the greyness of the evening sky. Night birds scatter – inky shadows flitting about nearing the barren edges of the slough, as falling leaves shower the… Continue reading