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New Release: School of Hard Knocks

School of Hard Knocks is finally out on all platforms and ready for you to read. This one is different. It’s a historical. It’s Southern Fiction. It would be called Women’s Fiction in the NYC publishing world. It has a … Continue reading

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Angkor Wat ~ The Power of Place

Angkor Wat has always called to me. I saw that picture of the temple with the huge tree roots growing down through it and something woke in me. It was like the place whispered a promise—come and see what you … Continue reading

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Visionary Fiction Writer Peggy Payne

Please welcome Visionary Fiction writer Peggy Payne. Please tell us a little about yourself. I’m fascinated by the supernatural and, in that category, I include both the occult, the esoteric, and the major religions. I’m curious about things invisible; I … Continue reading

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Free Christmas Mystery

The Star Family is a free Kindle download December 16-18. Won best fiction in the Indie Spiritual Book Awards. A secret spiritual group A recurring dream A 400-year-old ritual that must be completed before it is too late Jane Frey … Continue reading

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The Animals in My Fiction

My pets have a way of creeping into my novels. Even pets I wish I had. My cat Wizzie is in two. That cat had the key to my heart. He appears as Malcolm in Beneath the Hallowed Hill, keeping … Continue reading

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Higher Consciousness and Visionary Fiction

I’ve been blogging recently about higher states of consciousness. What’s that got to do with writing fiction? One of the accomplishments of Visionary Fiction as I see it is to subjectively explore what higher states of consciousness feel like. It’s … Continue reading

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