What part of this true story is actually fiction?
Great Lakes Region, U.S.A. (PRWEB) January 3, 2009
Metaphysical book publishers at ESSA Books have a dream book assignment for readers.
Enjoy the short story featured monthly on Women's Fiction Blog. Correctly answer the question, "What part of this true story is actually fiction?" Win Thayne Hudson's autographed reincarnation novel, A BREATH FLOATS BY.
The blog launches with January's true feature story, Gracie - The Freezing Fake Ladybug, or 'Do I really want to modify the airlock under hubby's plastic window film?' Read, smile a little. Then answer the question to win a paperback novel from ESSA Books. http://www.essaadams.wordpress.com/contest-feature-story/
Monthly extra credit awards are free ebooks for the first three hundred readers who create an RSS feed to the new Women's Fiction Blog. Facebook, Twitter, MySpace, any really supportive sharing source is acceptable.
"A Breath Floats By: An Illusion for the Soul is gentle, spiritually-correct, new age… a visionary story," said Essa Adams, publisher of both the novel and the innovative blog designed for women readers and writers. "Thayne Hudson understands the simplest miracles in life keep us in touch with the Divine," she said.
The reincarnation novel, A Breath Floats By, introduces an intimate soul group in present-day incarnation who bring forward mystical training from their past life connections as Essenes.
Hudson based their story on James Russell Lowell's metaphysical poetry, The Twilight. The opening of Lowell's poem is, 'Sometimes a breath floats by me, an odor from dreamland sent, which makes the ghost seem nigh me of a something that came and went.' http://www.essabooks.com/20912/5201.html
"Hudson's novel is basic spirituality," said Adams. "A Breath Floats By is light fantasy that reads like it could happen to any of us. Imagine. You look up during pottery class. There she is - again. Your own personal psychic from your soul group. The one you never appreciate no matter what horrible consequences you are facing in each incarnation. Who promised eons ago she would get you to work on time, every time, anyway. Whether it kills you or not, she cares very little," Adams said, "because she has her own agenda. However, as all the women at this menopausal time in your life gather around you, you realize they need you more than you need them, that you must awaken though you were the one you thought was dying."
"The whole of this reincarnation novel is Clara Rose's past life regression in slow motion - terrified, hiding in her cocoon with a false name... to a requirement of 'crossing the veil' as we hope she spiritually awakens to fulfill her sacred contracts," Adams said.
A Breath Floats By is about infidelity, divorce, women's friendship, commitment, cancer, death and the afterlife. The story originates from the philosophy of astrology and numerology, dream interpretation and psychic gifts, the Essenes mysticism and reincarnation, soul mates and life's sacred contracts.
Beneath a timely, gutsy eternal love story, a swirling spiritually-charged world is exposed.
Excerpts of the metaphysical novel are available to read on ESSA Books and the Women's Fiction Blog. The blog was organized in December 2008 by metaphysical book publisher, Essa Adams, as a place to feature creative writing, prayers, reflections, rants, and joys in life through the casual online-magazine format. Writers and readers are invited to participate.
"The Women's Fiction Blog is really about three secrets of life we all know," Adams said. "Laughter. The politics of caring for others. Watching for miracles then sharing them, which creates our hope."
Each month in 2009, enter the Women's Fiction Blog contest to win an autographed metaphysical reincarnation book, or one of 300 free ebooks monthly, worth $8.95 from ESSA Books.
Thayne Hudson's spiritual fiction, A Breath Floats By Amazon Books or Amazon Kindle at Amazon.com. ISBN-10: 1425934927
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