Psychic Author Reveals Her Journey to Accepting Her Abilities
In the two-part book, the author shares the experiences of both her childhood and adulthood. Part one contains lessons about Grants choices and how she ignored her intuitive strengths before accepting herself. Part two is about her life after moving. Grant shares how, humbled by a new outlook on life and with an open mind, she had a better understanding about her intuitive gifts. Appreciating herself included facing eerie and sometimes frightening feelings along the way. Ultimately, Grant says she found that answers to the most simple and challenging questions are all rooted in love.
I believe my book will appeal to readers because it is designed to cause the reader to think about themselves and their own lives and the choices theyve made, states Grant. Each chapter ends by acknowledging and reflecting on my experiences. I want the readers to think about their lives, whats happening, and if its good for them. If not, I hope my experiences and challenges faced along the way will inspire them to make a lifestyle change.
And That Day Came
By Jacqulyn E. Grant
Hardcover | 5.5 x 8.5 in | 186 pages | ISBN 9781982209742
Softcover | 5.5 x 8.5 in | 186 pages | ISBN 9781982209728
E-Book | 186 pages | ISBN 9781982209735
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Jacqulyn E. Grant is a developing psychic medium who is clairvoyant, claircognizant, clairsentient and clairaudient. She earned a Bachelor of Arts from Trinity Washington University, a Master of Arts from American University and is a graduate of Morris Pratt Institute. Now retired, she owns an online business, Black Butterfly Purple Visions, LLC, and loves traveling. Grant is the mother of an adult son and currently resides in Arizona.
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