A Real-Life Paranormal Journey

May 25, 2012

An Explosion of Being: An American Family’s Journey into the Psychic. Florida Nonfiction: supernatural; ghosts; dreams; visions; telepathy; ESP; after-life; spirit contact; mediums; auras.

The paranormal has been a part of my life for so long now that I’ve almost forgotten what it was like during the days when I regularly pooh-poohed such things.

To be perfectly honest, it took the death of my father many years ago to jump-start my transition from skeptic to believer. When our family lost Dad, really strange things started happening.

In the process, my wife Barbara and I had some fascinating experiences, learned a great deal and wrote about is all in the book you see here. This journey of ours included our children.

Published originally by Prentice Hall, this publication stirred up enough interest back in the day for Barb and me to do radio shows across the United States and in Canada.

To help others on a similar path of exploration, Barb and I ended our book with a chapter titled, “Revitalizing Your Natural Psychic Heritage.” In that chapter, we offer readers step-by-step suggestions, the kind of thing we wish we had had back when we first started probing into the unknown.

Our book may be ordered from any bookstore or on any large online book outlet. Again, here is the link to find the book on Amazon.com: An Explosion of Being: An American Family’s Journey into the Psychic.

Trilogy Graphic - blogOne more thing. As a former educator, I also publish a series of novels for young adults and adults young at heart that focus on the paranormal and historical. The setting for these books, titled The St. Augustine Trilogy, is the oldest and most haunted city in the U.S., St. Augustine, Florida.

I’m delighted to report that Book I of the trilogy, Sliding Beneath the Surface, is now being used in secondary school reading programs for motivation and skill building purposes.

If you would like to learn more about the trilogy, click here.

 

 

 

 

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