A Soul's Journey, part 1 The Blue Island by Marcia M Clark

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Able to see spirits, or Spirit People, at an early age, Marcia’s first work is a memoir of her early years and of her longtime spirit companion, Sammy. Telling a story set in Bonnybridge, Scotland, in the 1950s, Marcia paints a vivid picture of growing up in a family of ten, in which it was natural for her to have playmates that her family sometimes couldn’t see. Much of her early life would later set the stage for her successful career as a medium.

Marcia recounts raucous adventures with her friends and family—accidentally becoming the leader of a girl fight gang, enduring a mishap with hair rollers, coming into early adulthood, and working through school—all with a mischievous best friend who had a habit of playing pranks and of being unseen!

Through it all, Marcia spins her story with frank, honest humour and a refreshingly grounded perspective.

About Marcia M Clark

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Marcia M. Clark, BSc, Dplt, Dsct, was born into a working class family in Bonnybridge, Scotland, in 1953. She was the firstborn of her parents together, who had both been married and widowed before they met each other; each had a daughter to their previous marriages. She was one of eight, and times were hard when she was growing up. Marcia was born with spiritual awareness and a spirit companion called Sammy who stayed with her through thick and thin, until she was nearly nineteen years old. Sammy inspired her to write of her life experiences, which have been so many and sometimes surreal. She was eleven years old when she found a lady who was spiritually aware, and after many meetings with her she found out that she too had a gift. Her new friend told her that her gift would open up a sixth sense, and that would allow her to communicate with the spirit world. She was curious to find out more and captivated enough to take the gift as far as she could. With her new psychic mentor and Sammy’s help, she was set on her spiritual pathway. It took almost four decades to develop her mediumship, and now she feels it is time to share those experiences.
Published November 27, 2012 by BalboaPress. 163 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs. Non-fiction

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