This is my latest book. which I’m sure will change non-believers into believers.
Part One is an introduction to the many ways the supernatural is available. Part Two includes my six readings and forty volunteers who shared their experiences with me. The opportunity to talk to my daughter through a medium helped me overcome my grief, when she said, “Don’t worry about me, I’m happy.” We walked down our life experiences we shared together, which was great.
Read it as an Amazon’s E-book or I can sell you a copy.
Love to hear from you. Janet
My latest book: The Supernatural – Amazing Readings and Outcomes written under my maiden name Gant is especially for non believers. You will change your mind when you read my readings and forty other volunteers who shared their experiences with me. I can sell you a copy or read it on Amazon as an E-book. Love to hear your opinion.
I have lived in New Zealand all my life.
Most successful writers do one or two things really, really well. Then there’s that small group of word magicians who can keep us riveted while recounting their trip to the greengrocer. Virginia Woolf firmly belongs among the latter. If you ever need proof, check out her diaries, where you’d be hard-pressed to find a non-mesmerizing sentence:
The heat has come, bringing with it the inexplicably disagreeable memories of parties, and George Duckworth; a fear haunts me even now, as I drive past Park Lane on top of a bus.
Diary entry from May 25, 1926
Beyond the mere pleasure of her prose, however, Woolf’s diaries contain so much wisdom, so much focused insight on the craft, and struggle, and pleasures of writing, that reading through any random entry is worth roughly 73 “How to become a better writer” articles. Case in point:
Yesterday I finished the first part of To the Lighthouse, and…
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