Shamanic fiction is also called “living fiction.” It means you're not reading the same-old-same-old stories. These stories are coded with dynamic, powerful, transformative and healing intent. While spiritual in nature, these books are not a fictional exercise in preaching. On the contrary, the pulsating wisdom draws you into the story so that you forget that you are staying up way too late as you turn page after page. Once you have experienced living fiction, you want nothing else. I've been writing this kind of fiction for a decade and my readers love to shout from the rooftops: “It's Alive!” I offer four such novels below. Enjoy...
A Hundred Ways To Sunday
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Mary Margaret Hathaway has been told by shamans the world over that she is The One. If only they had been willing to tell her what The One is supposed to do. Following synchronicities like breadcrumbs, she comes to her true beginning on the Navajo reservation in Canyon de Chelly, Arizona. With the desert to test her, she meets teachers in the form a 5-year-old boy, a 108-year-old-man, and a host of others in between. A story of the arduous journey to becoming who we really are, A Hundred Ways To Sunday offers hope for everyone who believes there is something more to this world than what our five senses can reveal. A true love story, the healing intent of this story is to help make sense of what often feels like a “wild goose chase” path and open our heart, mind and soul to an expanded reality.
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Attorney Giona Lloyd died for two minutes when she was in law school. She saw no white light, but she did cut a deal. Dr. Angus Lukeman is dying, yet a hopeful reprieve comes from an other-worldly message passed on by a child. Both Giona and Luke must go to Ireland to pass a test they failed in their last lifetime. Together, they find a mythical community in an ever-shifting reality. Though love is the temptation, each must determine what is real and who will succeed at the expense of the other. A story to inspire our path, the healing intent of this book is to open the mind and heart to a greater awareness of the “dreamtime” and to restore trust that a Divine Plan is working in our lives at all times and in multiple dimensions. To order this book, Click Here.
Venus For A Day
Leap and the net will appear. That’s what Sydney Wellington’s best friend advised just before she died. Now, a year and a half post-leap, Sydney’s run out of both money and hope. Going to bed with a prayer to “any god or goddess listening” to somehow make this next day different than all the days gone by, Sydney’s prayers are answered by a great host of deities from a wide range of traditions, with the witty and often vicious Venus leading the pack. What begins as a fun little bargain to nab the hot guy living five boats down the dock becomes a race to the death between a has-been Goddess and a real woman in the making. A passionate story that begins as “chick lit” and soon become deeply probing, the healing intent of this book is to restore a proper relationship to our beauty and body and resolve such issues in a profound way. To order this book, Click Here.
The Mayden Chronicles is a first-draft, chapter-by-chapter work of shamanic fiction. Written and posted--unedited--in real time, this blogsite also hosts videos from Robin about the creative writing process that went with each chapter. The intent was to help young writers (who would fall in love with the mutli-media aspect as well as the storyline) see that all writing starts out with a meager first draft! As it turned out, adults loved it just as much as teens! This story is now complete in first draft, and will be part of a three-book series. The Storyline: Julie Mayden is a wealthy, wild, and B–O–R–E–D 16 year old, until she meets two 88-year-old shapeshifting sisters who offer to teach her the Old Magic of their lineage. Have two hot great-grandsons and a family talent for shapeshifting into wild animals only sweetens the lure. With both magic and wisdom, Old Bea and Miss Anna teach Mayden more than she could ever have dreamed possible. But at what cost? To read “The Mayden Chronicles” (free online), Click Here.