Reader’s Ratings on YA Delilah, Astral Investigator Infinity Series, Episode One, The Boy and the Shopkeeper … Episode Two, The Boy Who Would be King, due to be launched Feb/March 2018. Please, let me know what you think of the second book cover.

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PRAISE FOR EPISODE ONE,

THE BOY AND THE SHOPKEEPER

5-star rating
My Rating

5.0 out of 5 stars

A delightful fantasy with a contemporary take on time travel …

By Paul F. Lenzi on October 28, 2015

Format: Kindle Edition/Verified Purchase

A delightful fantasy with a contemporary take on time travel. A precocious modern teenager teams up with her mystical cat and an idealistic young man from the era of the American revolution. Their mission to right wrongs where their astral projection dreams may find them. Future installments will likely be as sure to please inquisitive young minds.

5.0 out of 5 stars

Surprised Me! Which Is Not Easy To Do!

By Tanya R Simon on April 18, 2015

Format: Kindle Edition

I liked this book much more than I expected to. I thought I would be “duty reading” as one author for another. I immediately liked the characters, and this adventure has me stoked for the next. The idea is inventive and not easy to predict what the outcome would be for characters in this situation. They are completely mismatched and that made them fit together even better. Young adult, pre-teen, or adult, all will enjoy the story and look forward to the next adventures of this paranormal team. Truly Delightful!

5.0 out of 5 stars

For those who want to travel to different worlds!

By R. Corona on April 16, 2015

Format: Kindle Edition

This is a very interesting story about a dream traveler. The book touches on the concepts of lucid dreaming and astral projection. People that are interested in these topics will get to travel along with Delilah, the main character, and follow her experiences and the characters she meets along her adventures. Overall, the story is fun and different from most plots out there. However, the dialogue is sometimes difficult to understand due to the English dialect, but it fits very well with the storyline.

5.0 out of 5 stars

A Must Read!

By Donna M. Zadunajsky on February 23, 2015

Format: Kindle Edition

Once again, author Deborah Bowman has written an extraordinary tale of a girl named Delilah who finds herself going back in time to solve cases. I found the story pulling me in, and I wanted to read more to figure out what was going on. The more I read, the more interested I became. I’m looking forward to reading more of the series. I really like her Denny Ryder Paranormal Crime Series and can’t wait for the next book to come out. This book is for Young Adults, but I recommend it to anyone in teenage years and older.

 

The Dark Side of Energy

I would like to recommend the following blog if you are spiritually minded with a desire to help our ailing planet heal from the negativity that is overwhelming all of us in all countries across the globe. This blogger has much to say in her poetry, quotes, articles, and artwork: https://mummanopoly.com

My poem that follows was inspired by Mummanopoly’s posting: Protect Thyself…

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Energy flows through the Universe in the blink of an eye
And “sensitives” do not even have to try.
There are those who do not know
The goodness they project or mayhem they cause below
On earth that comes in showers of negativity.
Yet, hordes of followers flock to black activity
Never realizing what darkness they bring into their being.
For the untuned, unenlightened, unconscious are not seeing
What fills their bodies, minds, hearts, and souls.
This dictates what actions the uninitiated release, unknowingly
Spreading chaos and fear, never acknowledging
Their responsibility to the planet, life, the spiritual Universe.
Greed breeds greed, and spreads the seeds
Upon which charlatans, demons, the weak shall feed.
Take care…
Beware…

Deborah A. Bowman

Colleen’s 2018 #Book #Reviews – “Annie’s Story, Blessed with a Gift,” by Author, Deborah A. Bowman

THE BEST REVIEW OF ANNIE AND HER FRIENDS! Colleen Chesebro, The Fairy Whisperer, describes Annie’s Story and the characters of my book as the “real” people they are in my heart and soul. Annie, Janey, Hannah, Ian, Dancing Feather, even Iris be Goat! And poor Thomas…

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Amazon Author Page: Deborah A. Bowman

Publication Date: January 2, 2017

Formats: Paperback & Kindle

Genres: Literature & Fiction, Genre Fiction, Historical Fiction, Scottish, Metaphysical, Metaphysical & Visionary

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IN THE AUTHOR’S WORDS:

“Annie’s Story, Blessed With A Gift” is based on life in Colonial Massachusetts from 1630 to 1648. Annie’s message is timeless and her shining spirit reveals that “History Does Repeat Itself” with the treatment, abuse, labeling, and bullying of women, children, and individuals with special needs. In Annie’s lifetime, babies born with birth defects and their mothers were banished or put to death—their names cleansed from all church and legal records. Yet, have perceptions changed all that much? Have they changed enough? The answer is a resounding, “No!”

Annie came to me in an age regression that somehow slipped into a past-life regression by an Instructor of The National Guild…

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A Little Taste of Winter…

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The chill is in the air.
I hear the rush of wind outside my window,
Swirling, twirling, daring, without a care.
Shards of ice bounce about in limbo
Until they nick against glass panes.
The coldness seeps into your bones,
By merely listening to frozen rain
And the harsh wind that moans.
 Deborah A. Bowman

When Losing Hours or Days is So Worth It!

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A Writer’s Inspirational Setting

Sunday’s gone, it’s 2:00 a.m.
I realize I’ve missed the weekend.
Caught in a whirlwind of words and lines,
Flowing with ease that connect and bind
My heart to the story…
The story to my heart…
The most precious way for a writer to lose time.

Deborah A. Bowman