Beyond The Two Doors

I have been inactive on my site for over six months, the reason being I have been working on a new book. I’m delighted to report that I have recently completed the first draft of the manuscript (next comes the nuts and bolts of editing).

The subject matter covers three separate timelines, fourth century BC, mid twentieth century and current timeline of the twenty-first century. A research PhD student in search of the origins of the British and Irish Celts, comes across some photographic evidence in the archives of Cheltenham Library which leads her on an quest to discover her people’s ancient roots, and in the process discover her spiritual ancestry. The places and characters come alive as she uncovers more information about the enigmatic explorer who went in search of these ancient tribes, and the trail he left for her to find. She has visions of the ancient tribes who travelled the length of the European Steppes during a time of severe climate change, to set up home in the British Isles introducing new farming methods and spiritual practices. The landscape is dotted with ancient sites, standing stones and tombs left as a proud declaration of this ancient heritage.

Throughout the story there is a voice, a voice that speaks from beyond the two doors, before time and space and separation from the totality of the universe. It is the voice that calls us Home.

2 thoughts on “Beyond The Two Doors

  1. Sandra Wallace

    Dear Collette – have missed your blogs and so delighted to hear of the work you have been undertaking. Wishing you well and sending you huge hugs while you undertake the next part of your book. I cannot wait to hear the voice you describe. Take care and lots of love 🙏💕

    On Wed, 24 Jul 2019 at 11:18, Collette OMahony (Author’s blog) wrote:

    > colletteom posted: ” I have been inactive on my site for over six months, > the reason being I have been working on a new book. I’m delighted to report > that I have recently completed the first draft of the manuscript (next > comes the nuts and bolts of editing). The subject ” >

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  2. colletteom Post author

    Dear Sandra, it is so lovely to hear from you. I will post the prologue of the book over the next week. Hope you are having a wonderful summer. Love Collette x

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