Deadwood, OR (PRWEB) July 01, 2016 -- A successful equine insurance agent living in 21st century Massachusetts, Piper struggles with relationships, patience, scents, and living in 19th century France. Follow Piper on a journey through time, unconditional love, unbearable loss, unbelievable discovery, and a question of forgiveness, as she instinctively learns to see, smell, and feel the messages all around her. Only through tragedy does she begin to learn the lesson she needs to help her uncover the truth — the reason she is Piper, once and again.
Major review outlets have embraced Caroline Zani’s debut. Publishers Weekly described the past-life in "Piper, Once and Again" as “Compelling.” Kirkus Reviews deemed it “an unsettling and haunting tale of two heroines that lingers after the telling.” Midwest Book Review writes, “it’s evocative, it's complex, and ultimately it's nearly impossible to put down, offering up a positive progressive romp through fate, circumstance, tragedy and redemption. Timeslip and ghost story readers will find the novel is satisfyingly detailed and wonderfully complex.”
New York Times bestselling author Lynn V. Andrews wrote: “A beautifully written book that portrays the power and importance of a past life. Through the journey of Piper we experience a magical memory of another time that deeply effects her present life.” Jackie Waitkus, a spirit medium, wrote: “This is a wonderful story about the self, the soul, and the love that follows us from one lifetime into the next. Love never ends or dies but continues to follow us always.”
In her business, Bridging the Gap, author and intuitive medium Caroline Zani offers workshops, past-life regressions and intuitive readings. When she wrote "Piper, Once and Again" in the last few months of 2008, Caroline was living a typical life as a middle school teacher, was in a typical relationship, had a typical outlook on life and a typical teenage daughter. What might not be quite as typical is the way in which she was lead to write the book. Learn more, or schedule a reading at carolinezani.com.
Wyatt-MacKenzie celebrates their 18th year of publishing in 2016. Located in Deadwood, Oregon, this award-winning indie with founder/publisher Nancy Cleary is known for providing an empowered author experience. Wyatt-MacKenzie authors have appeared in TV segments, documentaries, magazine articles, major blogs and newspapers all over the world. Recent awards include Foreword Reviews Book-of-the-Year Winner in Biography "Young Jane Austen" (Apr. 2015) by Lisa Pliscou, which also garnered a Silver IPPY from the Independent Publisher Book Awards and was a finalist in Best Overall Design category at The Next Generation Book Awards, a category which included "Witness to Spirit: My Life with Cowboys, Mozart and Indians" (Dec. 2015) a memoir by Montana cowboy and orchestra conductor Robert Staffanson, which was the Winner in the Memoir category of the National Indie Excellence Awards.
Now available from your favorite booksellers and http://www.amazon.com/dp/1942545118.
"Piper, Once and Again" by Caroline E. Zani (July 2016) ISBN: 978-1-942545-11-8; LCCN: 2016932378; 264 Pages, 5.25 x 8; $14.95 Trade Paperback, Bisac: FIC039000/FICTION/Visionary & Metaphysical; FIC027090/FICTION/Romance/Time Travel. Distributed by Ingram, Follett, Coutts, Bertrams, and Garners.
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