Daily Archives: April 11, 2018

The Beginnings of Endings

Not Tomatoes

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The owl appeared as the resurrected phoenix during my last, formal meditation as a student of the Silent Eye School of Consciousness. At some point, the seeker becomes the seen as the threshold to the mysteries are opened. The wisdom that always lies in wait within is always just a conscious breath away, but humans can be shallow breathers. In my young adult novel The Labyrinth, which is due to be released in a month or so, the voice of an owl cuts through the darkness as teens search for what they cannot find.

“Whoooo Loooooks for Yooooou?” The owl calls out to them.

Ultimately, are we not all looking for our own selves? The truth of the soul that is often only allowed to exist fully in the false protection of the shadows. The eyes, therefore, must turn inward and grow accustomed to the dark…

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Thomas the Rhymer, by Paul Andruss – a New Review from Carol Taylor

Sue Vincent's Daily Echo

Reblogged from Odds and Sods:

Book Review

Thomas the Rhymer

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Carol Taylor

A child is missing under very peculiar circumstances, there is nothing worse that can befall a family. The tale of magic and mayhem soon unfolds. There is not much time to find Dan or he will be gone forever.

I was drawn into the story which soon progressed at some speed at times which left me quite breathless and wanting to read more. Would they find Dan in time? So many dark forces were working against Jack and Co as they race against time.

I thought fairies were pretty little creatures who sparkled in the dark and did good deeds …was I wrong.

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