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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122517_2210_ColleensBoo1.pngTitle: Annie’s Story, Blessed with a Gift

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



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

  1. Deb, I’m so happy I read Annie’s Story. Her kindness and goodness radiate from each page. You brought her to life for all of us. Thank you. Her legacy is in all of us. Namaste and Blessed be!

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    1. Thank you, Natalie. I hope you will download a copy of “Annie” this week while it is free, even if your to-read list is crowded right now. My reading list continues to grow as I find such amazing authors to cherish and get to know through their writing, i.e., like Colleen Chesebro, whose “first” book is so superior to what I normally see as an avid reader and book editor: “The Swamp Fairy”, YA fiction, is perfect for all ages.

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