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Monday, July 22, 2013

SIGNED BOOK GIVEAWAY - The Resurrection Of Hannah by Kathryne Arnold - 5 PRIZES

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Samantha Clark meets with a monthly group to delve into subjects of interest. They dabble in meditation, dream work, and hypnosis — just friends having fun. But lately Sammi is feeling off-kilter and plagued with poor sleep. Searching for a natural solution, she discovers a bitter herb known to induce slumber, whips up a concoction to sweeten the herb, and imbibes. Unbeknownst to her, these areas of experimentation are whirling together to form the perfect storm, one that will blow open an entrance in Sammi’s mind that leads to another world, a door that can never again be closed.

She becomes enmeshed with two friends in a tug of war between life and death: Melissa is dealing with a complicated pregnancy and Julie is wrestling with cancer. Adding to this turmoil is Sammi’s disconnect with her career as a psychotherapist; her life doesn’t seem to fit any longer. Into the drama walks Todd, a handsome, laid-back guy who lightens up her days. Trouble is, Sammi is having a hard time getting close, and a nagging sense of doubt and fear. Like so many times in the past …

But the topper to all this is the dreams. They begin innocuously…but quickly morph into mind-blowing spiritual adventures. The crazy nocturnal activity appears to be related to a soulful character trying to make himself known. In a quest to uncover the truth, Sammi researches clues discovered during her nighttime romps. What she finds is another facet of herself…all wrapped up in post-colonial 18th-century clothes. Sammi flies off to New England, and with the aid of the Rev. Clark, her skeptical father, she embarks on an adventure, revealing a tragic, centuries-old mystery. One only Sammi can solve.

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  1. i have them all the time. the most recent would me being killed.

  2. I had the same dream over and over again as a small child that involved me riding an elephant down a big road. In each dream, I would detour off on a side road and die and the next time I had the dream, I would remember not to go down that side road.

  3. I have had a lot of dreams in my life. I guess the craziest would be swimming in a lake and looking up and seeing a snake skimming across the water from the other side and heading straight for me!! Way too scary!!!!!!

    When I was prego, I had these crazy, vivid dreams about fighting "The Predator" in hand-to-hand combat. Wild. He's strong!!

  5. I picked a lemon off a tree and held onto it through a deep forrest until I met my daughter at the other end. Weird

  6. I had a dream that I was in my grandmother's house. My deceased grandmother, and another person who had died was there. The second person was someone that I knew since I was 5, and was like a second mother to me. There was also a 3rd lady who I did not know. they were all sitting around the kitchen table. I was so excited to see them, because I thought they had passed away. They did not speak. I went to touch them. As I touched them, they disappeared. One at a time. I was so upset. Because I was crying, do not leave me again...


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