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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:Fantasy / Paranormal
  • Language:English
  • Pages:114
  • eBook ISBN:9781623096069

Here In The Hereafter

by Barb McIntyre

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Overview
When a writer mysteriously begins to communicate with a thinking, or what we usually refer to as a departed soul, many of his beliefs are debunked. The accidental visitor discovers not only that the dead still have to work, but that their job is to help the living. He also learns that good is rewarded and evil punished, but that the definitions of good and evil are not exactly what he had been taught, and that contact with friends and loved ones, alive or dead, is not possible. But the most surprising revelation is that the thinking has never seen or had any awareness of a supreme being.
Description
When a writer mysteriously begins to communicate with a thinking, or what we usually refer to as a departed soul, many of his beliefs are debunked. The accidental visitor discovers not only that the dead still have to work, but that their job is to help the living. He also learns that good is rewarded and evil punished, but that the definitions of good and evil are not exactly what he had been taught, and that contact with friends and loved ones, alive or dead, is not possible. But the most surprising revelation is that the thinking has never seen or had any awareness of a supreme being. Have you ever felt powerless and unable to do what you knew you should, and suddenly felt the strength you needed to act? Or, has the solution to a problem you have been wrestling with ever jumped right into your head? If so, you may well have been helped by a thinking.
About the author
Barb McIntyre was born in Montreal, Quebec and now lives in Kingston, Ontario. A mother, grandmother, and retired occupational therapist, she writes to legitimize her favorite hobby: daydreaming.
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