Pathways of the Druids
Christopher J Pine
Graham Adrian has walked spiritual pathways throughout his life and has made a dedicated study of psychic phenomena, contributing to several Mind, Body & Spirit publications. In this, he has gained widespread respect for his wisdom, thorough research and profound historical knowledge.
“The spirit world can appear remote,” says Graham, “but it
is never more than a heartbeat away. And there are consequences for our every
thought and action, both here and hereafter.” Two Sisters is his debut novel, a beautifully written account of the trials of both this world and the afterlife.
Graham Adrian lives in London, UK.
Lennart Svensson is a Swedish academic living in Härnösand on the northern Swedish coast. He grew up in a virtual wilderness of wooded hills and farmland, listening to his grandmother telling fairy-tales of old. Later, he cherished the stories of modern fantasy writers. Thus was born Redeeming Lucifer, his debut novel in English.
He has a BA in Indology, and enjoys cooking and reading classics. Lennart has published prose works in Swedish, notably his first novel, Antropolis (Etherion Forlag, 2009), a spiritual vision of the future, while in English he has published Borderline – A Traditionalist Outlook for Modern Man (Numen Books, 2015), a clarion call for idealism in this modern age of materialism. His first ever fiction in English was the story The Middle Zone, published in Morpheus Tales: The Best Weird Fiction, Volume 3 (2013).
Since 2007 Lennart has been blogging at The Svensson Galaxy.
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Stephanie de Winter
Day Trips to Heaven
T J Hobbs
T J Hobbs is a natural health care practitioner who is especially drawn to Native American and Celtic shamanism.
Day Trips to Heaven is her exciting debut novel, now followed by the beautifully written and spiritually important
Karma Neutral. Several other short stories, children’s picture books and science fiction novels are on the way.
Her other interests are horse riding, Tai-chi, travel and photography. She lives in Hampshire, England.