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ISBN: 9780615460802
Released: May - 2011
List Price: $15.95

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Vox ID: 59905

Book ID: 2358

Posted: 5.30.2011

WV Impressions: 24,778

New Book Release! Thin is the Veil

Thin is the Veil - A Haunting Memoir

Author: Lezli Polm [a Witchvox Sponsor]

Publisher: Sacred Valley Press

Category: Paranormal Memoir   Level: All

Publisher's Book description:
A childhood friend named Alice who appears grasping her arm, after having died in a car accident caused by a fatal reach out the back window. A horror-stricken lady in blood-spattered white emerges on a highway bridge. For author and Doctor of Divinity Lezli A. Polm, these are just the beginning of a lifetime of paranormal encounters. Now, Thin is the Veil: A Haunting Memoir recounts her numerous experiences with apparitions of every stripe, from sweet spirits to perplexing pranksters. Many say the veil between life and death is a thin one. For Polm, that veil is nearly invisible, and has been since her early childhood days. Thin is the Veil reflects on these repeated ghostly visits, and charts the author’s immersion in otherworldly pursuits, from Ouija board mishaps to her own ghost hunting exploits. Polm’s forays with these presences began when she was a mere toddler, as her long-departed Aunt Iva began popping up in her thoughts. As young Lezli chimed into conversations with remarks no child would say, her confounded parents did their best to suppress the unfathomable behavior. The phenomena persisted, however, as Polm confronted occurrences, including a train that had ceased to run decades before; a ghost nanny in a long black skirt that loomed over her and her playmate Joyce; bullies who pushed her off a bicycle; and a “Creepy Guy” who popped up in parking lots all over the author’s childhood town of Bisbee, Arizona. Through it all, Polm learns that apparitions are just like the people they had been: Some are nice; some are not so nice. Some are truthful; some are not to be trusted. Whatever our encounters with those who have gone beyond, Polm’s clear and detailed account is a resounding testament to their presence around us all. In this unique memoir, as the author relates her lifelong encounters with the paranormal, she also poses questions regarding life, death and the real possibility of reincarnation. Relating her doubts and her search for answers this is more than just a collection of ghost stories. Moreover, this memoir is also the tale of a young woman named Iva whose untimely death may have warranted a return from the world beyond. Whether doubters or believers, this absorbing, chillingly convincing book is certain to raise more than a few goose bumps, and haunt the dreams of readers everywhere.

Author's Notes: Greetings,
This book details my paranormal experiences, past life memories and my spiritual quest which brought me to my current path. I am an ordained interfaith minister and Wiccan Priestess. Although the book is not aimed specifically at the Pagan community, I hope that when you read "Thin is the Veil" you will take with you a renewed interest in those things which remain a mystery even for the magically minded.
Bright Blessings,
Lezli A. Polm ... AKA Lady WillowRaven
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