Now that we’ve finished the BUMPS IN THE NIGHT Series, I’m going to share Spiritus Walking with you. I will be doing this on the 1st and 3rd Friday of the month. The series isn’t very long. It’s mainly about paranormal activity and things of that nature. So, it springboards off of the BUMPS IN THE NIGHT SERIES.
The first post will go up on March 3rd.
I am posting the most recent episodes on my YouTube Channel. Sorry for the delay:
Spiritus Walking: Faith:
Sparkling Promo Series:
Stages of Chaos Series: SHOCK
Tomorrow night’s episode is about seers. In researching this topic, I found that the general definition is pretty simple: a seer is a person who possesses the ability to look into the spiritual realm. According to Wikipedia, a seer is a prophet. In fact, the resource indicates that the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints is where the idea originated. This wasn’t at all what I expected, so I kept researching. My disagreement led me to looking at other avenues of thought, so the results of my findings will be discussed tomorrow night.
So, tune into tomorrow night to learn more!
A fellow author, Jennifer Brown, came up with a wonderful idea. Anyone out there that would like to receive a QUARTERLY NEWSLETTER from me? I would like to feature an author each time I do a newsletter. Of course, I want to talk about what is going on in my world, but I also want to include others as well (that’s just how I roll if you all haven’t figured that our by now) One author per newsletter though. Interested in being on the mailing list or being featured?
Some of the content of the newsletter would include any news about my books, events coming up, recaps of my Spiritus Walking episodes, street team news, appearances, and of course that author spotlight.
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