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  • Indigo Sea Press 3:32 pm on July 6, 2013 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Book Club, ghosts, paranormal, , Warning Signs   

    warningsigns_thBook Club Selection — WARNING SIGNS by Sheila Englehart

    1. Have you ever had an encounter with a ghost, and did you share it with anyone?

    2. Do you think unexamined emotions such as grief could cause health issues later?

    3. If you were in Kellan’s shoes, and a ghost followed you home, what would you do?

    4. Do you believe in an afterlife? Describe what your afterlife looks like. Is it a place?

    5. Are demons real or psychological?

    6. Do you think paranormal stories are made up, or based in reality?

    7. If you were in Anthony’s shoes, and a stranger approached you with such personal information about your deceased family member, how would you react? (If you ever seen Long Island Medium on TLC, you know what an ambush looks like.)

    If you wish to be notified of future book club selections and to receive a coupon for a free download of each week’s selection so that you might join in the discussions, please send an email to secondwindpublishing@gmail.com asking to be added to our mailing list.

    We will be rotating genres so that this book club will be fun for everyone!

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  • Indigo Sea Press 12:43 pm on July 6, 2013 Permalink | Reply
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    warningsigns_thFeatured Author of the Day: Sheila Englehart

    What harm could come from attending a séance? Kellan Brooks is up for anything that might boost her creativity, but finds the event silly until she steps into a crack between her world and a place she could never have imagined. The local grapevine pushes her cleaning business down the drain, her boyfriend to running damage control, and a steady stream of troubled souls to a mysterious gate that has appeared in her apartment. Her writer’s block is broken, but the clear voice Kellan hears doesn’t belong to her.

    Connor Clarke was thought to have taken his own life, when in truth, he was taken by something people had long stopped believing in. Now he needs Kellan to get an urgent message to his brother. She agrees to keep the gate closed on the entity that claimed his life, but no way is she playing messenger for a dead kid.

    Anthony Clarke seeks truth for a living, and has spent twenty years searching for reasons behind Connor’s suicide. He is as blind to his own problems as he is to Connor’s presence. So when the entity escapes to target Anthony, Kellan must drop everything to find him before he meets Connor’s killer face to face.

    Click here to read the first chapter of WARNING SIGNS: http://secondwindbooks.wordpress.com/2012/10/06/warning-signs-by-sheila-englehart/

     
  • Indigo Sea Press 12:37 pm on July 6, 2013 Permalink | Reply
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    Interview with Sheila Englehart, author of WARNING SIGNS

    Second Wind: What is the goal for your book? What you want people to take from it?

    Sheila Englehart: I really want readers to be open to possibilities even if they don’t understand them immediately, and believe in forces they can’t see or touch physically. I’ve always believed in signs and synchronicities. They surround us, if we take the time to notice. I try to honor everyone’s beliefs and think those who chose not to believe shouldn’t disparage those who do.

     
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