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Tahlia Newland runs a really interesting blog site for Indies Authors. Well! I would say that. She has given me a wonderful review for Orange Petals In A Storm. I will be featuring Tahlia soon on Plum Tree Books. The follow-up to Orange Petals In A Storm, Exaltation Of A Rose, will be available shortly. Many thanks Tahlia for the great review!

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About niamh clune

DR. NIAMH CLUNE is the author of the Skyla McFee series: Orange Petals in a Storm, and Exaltation of a Rose. She is also the author of The Coming of the Feminine Christ: a ground-breaking spiritual psychology. Niamh received her Ph.D. from Surrey University on Acquiring Wisdom Through The Imagination and specialises in The Imaginal Mind and how the inborn, innate wisdom, hidden in the soul informs our daily lives and stories. Niamh’s books are available in paperback (children’s books) and Kindle version (The Coming of the Feminine Christ). Dr. Clune is the CEO of Plum Tree Books and Art. Its online store is HERE http://www.dr-nanaplum-amazingbooksforchildren.com/. Niamh’s Amazon page is http://www.amazon.com/-/e/B004VRSQ1I

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  1. the secret keeper
    November 30, 2012

    her review was so detailed and insightful that I also reblogged to thesecretkeeper. it is inspiring and if I didn’t already own “Orange Petals in a Storm” I would have bought the book the moment after reading her quite descriptive and accurate review about metaphysical literature and magical realism. all of this and more Tahlia Newland wrote in her review about Dr. Niamh Clune’s book. Brava! Niamh. j.k. :-)

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  2. Roisin Penzer (@rozpenzer)
    December 2, 2012

    I love Niamh’s work, she is really talented and a fantastic story teller, I couldn’t put the book down until it was finished and I am waiting with baited breath for the next instalment. Publishers should do well and read her work, why she hasn’t been picked up by the major publishing houses is beyond me. Come on publishers, it’s about time you read her work and get her signed up, she is amazing!

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  3. thiskidreviewsbooks
    December 2, 2012

    What a nice review :) I have a question. What is metaphysical literature? Thank you :)

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  4. ontheplumtree
    December 3, 2012

    Erik! I have described it as, when the invisible world of spirit plays a natural part in our everyday world. If you want the longer version, I have described it more fully (and intellectually) in a previous post: A Definition of Metaphysical Literature in which I explain its origins (which were in poetry).

    Metaphysical Literature is based in philosophy, but is written as simple stories…they are a way of teaching people about different aspects of reality…making them think…and doing it simply. if you would like to read more, my definition is beside this one on this blog. I know how clever you are, so you might like to read it. Today, Metaphysical Literature has morphed into Magic Realism, which is categorised as Fantasy, although, I think this is misleading as it is really much more than that.

    I hope that helps.

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