Today I uploaded the files for our new title, so the book will be ready for purchase in a couple of weeks. I selected this one for AIA Publishing for several reasons: I feel that a true story embellished with the author’s imagination and backed up by research always gives a book a special touch, but when combined with engaging characters and written English skills that were good even before editing, I was impressed. As with many of AIA Publishing’s books, there’s also a metaphysical element due to Lily, the woman loved by four men, being a medium and having genuine spiritual healing powers. However, this book looks more at the character of the medium, her desires and motivations, than her specific spiritual activities.
The story is set in England and spans the two world wars of the 20th Century. Managing a story with such a scope has certain challenges, which the author managed well after feedback, and we further refined it with line editing. Though based on the life of the author’s grandmother, we’re calling it historical fiction, and it could also be called historical romance, though it’s not your usual romance because there are four men, each with their own story.
If you enjoyed Out of Latvia, then I think you’ll enjoy this also. It’s a clean read – no hot and heavy sex scenes.
Thanks to Rose of Velvet Wings Media for the lovely cover.
When radio inventor and spiritualist, Leslie Carter, meets the beautiful psychic healer, Lily Bancroft, he knows she’s his soulmate and that he could love only her. But Lily is focused on becoming a healer and spiritualist medium. Through two world wars and three marriages, she struggles to fulfil her dreams. Leslie stands by her as each of her marriages fails. Will his love ever be returned?
Based on a true story of love and the paranormal set against the backdrop of two world wars.
About the Author
Lyn Behan grew up in post-war Britain. She spent her working life in IT as a computer programmer and systems analyst, working in England, Ireland, Luxembourg, Germany and Australia. Becoming bored with the development of formulaic programming she took a year off work to build a mudbrick house with her partner. Getting involved with the Permaculture Movement, she somehow never managed to get back to IT work.
She now lives on the South Coast of NSW with her Chocolate Labrador, various hens and a hive of native stingless bees.
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