Rebooting a Classic Novel

Rebooting a Classic Novel

Well, it’s been eight years, so that makes it one of my classic novels. Why reboot it? Why not? I recently went through the content of Her Past’s Present with a fine-toothed comb and came out the other end feeling all the more empowered by this book. Did you know that I underwent hypnotic, past life regression therapy in 2012 where I experienced 3 past lives? In each, I discovered how I’d died. They say that you relive the lives in a session that are meant to help heal you in the present. I was feeling very much alone at that time in my life and, incredibly, each life I experienced, I’d died alone.

One life placed me in France around the second world war. I was a woodsman’s daughter. He had been taken away, leaving me alone in our cabin… waiting on his return. He never returned, and there I died. Then I was a slave being marched onto a tall ship. My family was there but separated. The ship sank in the Atlantic where I died, alone. Lastly, I was a soldier fighting in WWI. In the bombed-out landscape of what perceived as France, the Germans’s rushed what was left of my platoon and I was skewered by a bayonet in the belly. I was left to die alone in a shell crater, muck, and still waters framing me to the heavens. Oddly enough, I recognized the soul who’d killed me by looking into his eyes as he plunged the bayonet deeper. He was a friend of mine in this life.

These astonishing revelations have stayed with me and I doubt they will ever leave me. Including past life regression and the purpose behind the practice quickly became part of a larger story and so, the book. I’m very proud of this book and decided to recreate a cover to accompany the more seasoned execution of the story. Now it’s yours for free from April 9 – 12th, 2021. With my thanks.