Despite failed attempts to silence this author, details emerge of the spiritual contentions and intentions of Britain’s Mountbatten-Windsor Royal family, their inner circles, and other horrifying realities behind the Scottish Ritual Freemasons.
Their World War III agenda is exposed. This evidence will move, shock, and sadden readers as a story of loss, faith, love, action, and grief unfolds.
But…remnants of joy and laughter engage readers as the details encompass the author’s Scottish lowland birth, background, childhood, adulthood, and calling at the age of forty.
Sensible and multicultural readers will benefit from insightful access to understanding the historical content and context.
Based on integrity, goodwill, and an already high worldwide profile, Days of Elijah (Revised): A True Story provides an opportunity to step into the life of one courageous outspoken woman!
Thank you for adding me to your SW page. I have traveled to many countries when I escaped from Egypt, but never visited Dublin. I am new to the site and new as a writer. At the present time I am busy rewriting the story of my sister and me. We were teenagers when my father arranged for our marriages to two older men.
You will hear more from me soon.
Thank you for being my friend.
Congratulations Eliza on your five star review awaiting approval at Amazon.
Eliza brings new meaning to the word "poetry" where her poetry leaves you tranquil and feeling you've traveled to different worlds leaving you fulfilled. when I sit down at night from my day's work I read Eliza's poetry and I feel so much better where the peace overcomes me.
With her bold details I would definitely like to read "Days of Elijah." The spirituality and honesty in details in some of her poems bring you back to a renewed richness in faith. I have such a feeling now for our whole world.
The peace and pleasure you find makes the purchase of the book so worth while.
I truly loved your book Eliza. Maybe we can exact another real soon.
Thank you so much Eliza and for your wonderful review. I am loving your book as well and I can't wait to do your definite five star review. I am so honored to have connected with you as a professional colleague and now a friend.
From Lori Finnila - author of MY BRAIN INJURY and other books.
Stay warm. We rarely get snow in Alabama and it's even rarer that it sticks on the ground, much less on the roads. We've had a couple of nights in the 50 degree range but it usually goes back to the 30s.
Hi, Eliza. Thanks for adding me to your SW page. You're in beautiful Dublin, huh? What's it like there in winter? I've never seen any scenery pictures with frost on the ground, much less snow. They always show verdant fields.
You can find a link on my website to an excerpt from my novel ME AND YOU, BILLY (undergoing final draft revisions). Page one opens in Dublin 100 years ago.
"As you know National Poetry Month is around the corner. So today's post I share a tidbit about what I've planned to do to celebrate National Poetry Month on my blog this year. As well as, shared a poem I wrote.
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