Posted on 15th June 2019
Fictional writing can be a great way to complete your therapy; and reading fiction can be a form of self-therapy
On this page, at the moment, you will find a quick introduction to two books. The first is a work of fictionalized autobiography; and the second is a novel which was written as self-therapy.
Daniel O’Beeve’s Amazing Journey: From traumatic origins to transcendent love
The memoir of Daniel O’Beeve: a strong-willed seeker after personal liberation: 1945-1985
Transcribed by Jim Byrne
It is rare that any of us gets a chance to peer inside of the life of a troubled individual, from a dysfunctional family, and to have our lives enriched by their struggles for freedom and self-understanding. And their quest for love in a cold world can motivate us to keep trying to achieve our own emotional development.
Available in Kindle eBook for £5.54 GBP
And in paperback for £27.38 GBP:
The Relentless Flow of Fate
By Kurt Llama Byron
An Inspector Glasheen Mystery
This novel introduces the enigmatic Inspector Glasheen in his forty-eighth year of life, and his twenty-first year as a detective in the Gardai, in Dublin. A series of murders awaits him at his new posting. And one in particular, the death of a sixteen year old youth, in his bed, at home, is destined to bring up Glasheen’s own demons, from a very disturbed childhood.
For more, please click this link:
The Relentless Flow of Fate.***
Paperback only at the moment, for £11.95 GBP
Fiction is a great vehicle for teaching about social relationships, and the law of karma.