This book is bargain priced from 12/02/2013 until 12/03/2013
“My name is Elizabeth Walker. I died at the ripe old age of thirty-eight, after a long battle with cancer. I wanted to make forty. I loved cappuccinos, sunshine and life.”
So speaks the spirit of Elizabeth watching her love ones from heaven, marveling at the fact she survived. There’s sadness when she feels the grief of husband Mike and teen daughters Sasha and Lucy. Each trying to deal with a devastating loss. Yet, life goes on, often painfully. Years pass, the children grow and Mike moves on, while Elizabeth makes her way in the afterlife.
The colourful and sassy former hooker, Rita, introduces Elizabeth to the dark lower levels where she learns to rescue lost souls and bring them to the light. High school friend Emma shows her where astral travelers hang out, a white sandy beach they believe is paradise. A coffee shop becomes a focal meeting point, a place for Elizabeth to enjoy her favourite, cappuccinos.
Learning the hard way that there’s more to her spiritual world than she ever imagined, she wished her short life had been different, regrets become painful. The years do nothing to diminish her love for Mike and her girls who she visits often, in the vain hope of contact.
A story of life and death shadowed by love and grief, light and dark, and hope for the future, Cappuccino Heaven is a paranormal fictional account of what could be beyond death when we cross over. The lessons of good and evil, karma and predestination, having to let go of loved ones and move on, and the possibility of reincarnation await.
Targeted Age Group: Adult
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How is Writing In Your Genre Different from Others?
I used to be a journalist, but now write paranormal, mystery and adventure. It’s a very different set of rules writing something where you don’t have to always rely on facts/ reporting facts.
What Advice Would You Give Aspiring Writers?
Have broad shoulders and a big back. Be prepared to make mistakes, and take criticism, but keep trying. Don’t give up. Make sure you get a good editor, the cost is worth it.
Michelle Wright is the best selling author of “Ghost Hall” series 4 of the successful JR Rain, Scott Nicholson Ghost File series.
Born in London’s east-end into a family of psychic mediums, her passion for writing started young. By her early teens she had published stories in magazines and wrote scripts for school plays. In later years becoming a psychotherapist and journalist in-between practicing her psychic skills she travelled extensively. Having lived in Spain and the US she is now residing in Belgium.
Books by Michelle: Cappuccino Heaven, Lost. Dead Dreams, and The Judas Reflections with Aiden James.
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
Being a psychic medium, I wanted to offer people comfort about the afterlife, but I alsoI wanted to help people see that you can’t get away with behaving badly in life, that karma and brutal justice exist.