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Do You Believe in Ghosts? I do! During a weekend in San Antonio, I stayed at an old hotel which was known for its ghostly encounters. The hotel is located next to the Alamo. Supposedly Teddy Roosevelt would sit in the bar and "enlist" young men to join the Rough Riders. There's a bullet hole in the wall from where someone took a shot at him.
Many of the other people at the conference had experiences with ghosts as well as my own. Nothing was extremely frightening to me, but then again, I enjoy paranormal events.
Would you stay in a haunted hotel? Do you believe in ghosts?
Kate MacInnis has incorporated ghosts into her debut novel about a Nurse who speaks to dead people. While my experience wasn't exactly funny, Ms. MacInnis fills her story with humor as well as romance.
Just because you haven’t seen a ghost, it doesn’t mean they aren’t around. You can’t see germs either, but you know they exist everywhere. Besides, everybody has a ghost story or unexplained experience—yet no one wants to admit that they believe in spirits.
What if your life was turned upside down and you suddenly had the ability to see, hear and communicate with those on the other side? How would you handle the situation?
Distant Heart Sounds takes a look at what Morgan Cutler encounters after an unexpected near-death-experience leaves her with psychic abilities. As a 40-ish, skeptical, heard-it-all-before, metro Detroit emergency center nurse, Morgan believes she has seen just about everything in her 20+ years on the job, but then one day, she feels someone she cannot see.
The new Morgan opens herself to a relationship with a hunky doctor at the emergency center, who has some psychic ability as well. Romance, humor, mystery, and being connected to others bring peace and joy into her life.
But what happens when Morgan witnesses the evil inside one man’s heart? Some secrets are better left unseen.
About the Author:
Michigan-born and raised, Kate earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism at Oakland University and Master’s Degree in American Culture at the University of Michigan-Flint. As a professional writer for more than 20 years, her career has been primarily in health care, particularly hospitals. This provided an opportunity to hear many stories from nurses, doctors, visitors and family members about unusual activities and miracles that occur without a clear-cut, scientific explanation. She also claims to have had her own share of unusual experiences, some of which she shared in this book.
Kate is married to the love of her life and has two grown sons and three grandchildren.