An Otherworldly Schedule
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Every character in Endless Incarnation Sorrows was distinct and well drawn. Were these based on flashbacks as well or were these creatively developed?
In a way, they were flashbacks to another time and place experienced during deep sleep. They were too descriptively vivid to simply ignore upon awakening. Which left me pondering: Do your past lives influence your present? I didn’t write this book to “convert” folk, but to leave a question Can past lives resurface in the present day and influence our daily propensities and practices because my vivid flashbacks took on a life of their own, arriving and departing on an otherworldly schedule.
What do you hope readers take away from your novel?
I would like readers to have open minds to the probability of: “Have we lived before?”
Are you working on any future books based on your experiences?
Yes, I have just finished my 7th book: “The Little Breadwinner” based the the “dirty” El Salvadoran civil war that was aided by the USA, and the CIA’s involvement … accused of “stealing” thousands of human rights statements after the war.
I was there in El Salvador as a journalist during the war and interviewed several people, but a leftist rebel, a feisty little dwarf who had the courage of a lion grabbed my attention. This is her story and others who were assassinated by the National Guard’s death squads.
A saga chronicling insights from past lives that resurfacein the present day and impact prevailing patterns.
Based on true events: After the hospital staff resuscitated author Lucia Mann forthe third time following a third surgery, she began to perceive and recognizea string of intimate memories of people and places from long ago. Although shewas unable to control the arrival of these vivid flashbacks, she recognized theirconnection to her current life. Often paralyzed with fear from echoes and visionsof the past, Lucia eventually took pen to paper to make her peace with yesteryear.
As Lucia Mann constructs spellbinding memorials to past times, she threadscertain themes throughout, such as the imprinted physical marks that symbolizedunsanctioned deeds dating back to the author’s first imprint on Earth, and a loveso deep and full that it survived captivity, depravity, and more until it eventuallyachieved perfect purity.
Mann’s tale is told through a panoply of fascinating characters:
- LALA, who suffers enslavement in a hostile desert because of her mother’soriginal sin.
- LYVEVA, who braves abduction by Danish Vikings and ultimately emergesas a respected healer.
- LUCJA, who tells her tale of barbarity and degeneracy within the electrifiedperimeter fences of Auschwitz.
This multigenerational tale will trigger you to ponder the elements of your lifethat you are puzzled by or take for granted. Is there an ancient explanation to acertain act, or characteristic, or mark? Mann invites you to contemplate the conceptof reincarnation and to consider how it may be affecting your own epic journey.
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