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Do you believe in angels? Raise your spirits with these stories of hope, family, and angels in various guises.
Patty’s Angels: 1960, Los Angeles. Downtown LA and the suburbs are only minutes, yet worlds, apart. A little girl brings people together, with the help of her celestial best friends.
Refiner’s Fire: Flamboyant California real estate agent, Dina Stein, doesn’t care that she’s spending Hanukkah alone with her dog, Angel. Better than spending it with her ungrateful daughter and son-in-law. Funny how Mother Nature can change your perspective. Inspired by an incident from the firestorms of Southern California.
Shiny Green Shoes: 1935 was a hard year on old Route 66. The unlikely friendship between a young, black girl and an aging white actress brings hope to a town down on its luck.
Running time: approximating 45 minutes
Amazon Customer Review “This book is so aptly entitled as it is indeed full of hope – and not just for the holidays. While the stories themselves are centered around the holiday season, the hope and light that comes from them is something that you can carry with you throughout the year. That may sound corny but Dana Taylor does a great job bringing these characters to life – their edges a bit rough, their hubris in full force, their vulnerability so raw. In other words, folks just like you and me. I know I can imagine myself saying any number of these things to myself. But truly, these stories show us that with even a small amount of faith in ourselves and a certain amount of grit and grace we can all see our way clear to a life even better than we had ever imagined – no matter our circumstances or the era in which we live. Everyone loves a happy ending. But Hope for the Holidays shows us that we must grab it and hold on tight for the ride.”
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Looking for a little mental and spiritual refreshment during your hectic day? Soul Snacks: Fast Food for the Spirit brings you a variety of short stories, articles, reviews, and excerpts to give you a lift.
Many pieces are taken from blog posts here at Supernal Living where I explore “healing energy, spirituality, and wonder.”
- Part One, Supernal Tales, offers four short stories with a mystical touch.
The word “Supernal” is defined as “being or coming from on high,” Heavenly or Ethereal.
You’ll enjoy four fictional stories of people who have their lives touched by supernal forces.
House Call—inspired by my work as a Reiki therapist. A chronically ill woman spends the day with a unique therapist.
Detour—A grieving young mother takes a drive that changes her life.
The Lamp—Could it be a sign to this widower?
Shiny Green Shoes—Life was hard on old Route 66 in Luther, Oklahoma during the Great Depression. A town down on its luck is given hope through the unlikely friendship of an aging actress and a poor child of the South.
- Part Two, Definitely Dana, includes popular blog posts from my personal experiences.
- Part Three, Reiki Healing Energy presents an introduction to the healing technique from Japan.
- Part Four, Supernal Book Reviews, are reviews of some of my favorite spiritual books.
- Part Five, Supernal Excerpts, gives you samples of some of my full-length fictional tales.
Soul Snacks is available through the Kindle Store at Amazon. It is FREE for Kindle Unlimited Subscribers.