Beyond All Imaginings by Janet L Whitehead

This is the true story of my life: The tragic loss of loved ones and the heart-wrenching grief; the magic of faerie-like beings showing up in my clay, on my pages, and in my home – which they did very much to my dismay, at least at first. This is a story of magic and…

This is the true story of my life: The tragic loss of loved ones and the heart-wrenching grief; the magic of faerie-like beings showing up in my clay, on my pages, and in my home – which they did very much to my dismay, at least at first.
This is a story of magic and altering time and dogs that fly and people who died and beings who introduced themselves as faeries… and this is a story of pottery.
It’s about smashed fingers, smashed dreams, smashed faeries and the value of throwing up your arms and saying “whatever.”
It’s about impossible things being possible and Rolling Stones playing on unplugged radios.
It’s about walking through walls and it’s about faerie sex; a chapter, by the way, that nearly stopped me in my writing tracks.
And now, the faeries insist on blowing themselves up.
This is the story that blurs your boundaries between reality and fantasy and leaves you wishing you could find your way into my world, albeit without the tragedies.
As you can imagine, this has not been a simple story to write. Hell, if it were fantasy it would have been easy… but this is my life.
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“An authentic and courageous book”

Five Star Review on Amazon by Saphira

This book could be tough for some people to swallow. Faeries? Really? And messages from beyond? Come on. She didn’t believe it herself at first–but that’s what makes this book so brave and real, and why even the most die-hard opponent to such notions might start to wonder, even just a little, by the time the book is finished. I hope Ms. Whitehead will continue her story. I’d only ask her to include some photos of these faeries next time, because her description of the pottery she makes is so intriguing that I wished I could see it for myself.

About the Author

As a child, Janet Whitehead knew that she would be a writer. Following that path, she has written and illustrated children’s books and short stories, published playful and empowering self- discovery workbooks, been a regular contributor to a parenting magazine, and specializes in the power of creativity and the written word in her coaching practice. But the idea for a novel didn’t happen until she realized the most bizarre story she could share was her own. A life full of tragedy, and even more full of magic, led her to finally write her first novel, ‘Beyond All Imaginings.’ Janet is currently working on her next creative memoir, ‘Clewless with a Touch of Salty’; the recent story of how Tall Ships – both real and imagined – saved her butt during another strange time in her life.

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