In case you’ve been wondering why I haven’t been posting much lately, I’m writing another novel, and taking time out from time to time to do things like approve the publisher’s back cover copy for the forthcoming Hemingway on Hemingway: Afterlife Conversations. Here’s the back cover copy in final form. Consider this a sneak preview.
New insights from beyond the grave . . . .
“What a book would be the real story of Hemingway, not those he writes but the confessions of the real Ernest Hemingway.” — Gertrude Stein
Yes it would. Here it is.
This book consists of three strands. The first is the correction of The Hemingway Myth, less by new information than by new interpretation. And who better to provide it than Hemingway himself?
A second strand shows how communication with the non-physical proceeds, including what can be done, how easily it can be done, and what difficulties and pitfalls to expect.
The third strand is a model of the physical/non-physical interaction which, by implication, shows that the afterlife is not only not a fantasy, but is a necessary part of life, without which life wouldn’t have meaning or make any sense. And it does so in a way that shows that religious belief was tapping into the same reality.
Here is a fascinating insight into how the universe really works, by way of conversations with the greatest writer of the twentieth century.
Rainbow Ridge Books
Distributed by Square One Publishers
$18.95 ● $22.95 Canada
Frank DeMarco is the author of seven books stemming from 25 years of psychic exploration, including his 2011 book, The Cosmic Internet. Since 2005, he has been actively engaged in an on-going series of conversations with various non-physical beings, including historical individuals, “past lives,” aspects of personal guidance, and a generalized group he calls “the guys upstairs.” This work has been discussed in four books, hundreds of blog entries, occasional public appearances, and now Facebook.