Follow my blog with Bloglovin Predicting the Future: Fortune Tellers use many methods I’ve got an abnormal interest in fortune tellers. You’ll find at least one in pretty much everything I’ve written. Anna, in Just Like Gravity, follows the cards to Scotland where she finds a tall, dark Scotsman. Zoraida, in my Zoraida Grey series, comes from a long line of magical types who not only have the ability to tell the future, they want to control it. BTW–part […]
So here you are sitting in the office of a hypnotherapist getting ready for your first past life regression. You’ve practiced meditation, you’ve got a question you want answered, and you’ve got your safe place all ready–just in case. Now what? Here is a version of the guided imagery my hypnotherapist used as we went into the session. If you want to do this at home–and you can–record your own version or just run through it in your mind as […]
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Welcome to Sorchia’s Universe! During this year’s A-Z Blog Challenge, I’ll be featuring healing crystals.As a bonus, I’ll also link my posts from last year’s challenge during which my theme was Magic! Check the bottom of each post to see what’s up tomorrow and to find the link to Magic Posts. If you enjoy–please leave me a note. I’m learning about crystals myself, so if you are a crystal-ologist (:) additions and comments are most welcome. Thanks for stopping by. (Today’s post is […]
Just Like Gravity is a paranormal romance set in Scotland. Anna has bad dreams–so bad she wakes up screaming two nights out of three. She smells the blood. She feels the knife. The dreams lead her to Scotland where she hopes to find their cause. Hiking the Great Glen Way, she becomes separated from her daughter and meets a drunken Scotsman with troubles of his own. Anna finds him annoying, but when he offers her a wee nip […]
In the old days, writers wrote in drafty garrets with only rats, a crust of stale bread, and a bottle of cheap wine to keep them company—and they produced some pretty good stuff. But these days, we know about a little thing called health. Think what all those pale, sickly writers of yore could have done with good teeth and a happy digestive tract. As a writer, my days are spent typing, thinking about ways to get away […]