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Edward, and what now.
by Mike Voyce   
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Last edited: Thursday, April 12, 2012
Posted: Thursday, April 12, 2012

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The problem about writing a novel 'from the life' is you get caught up in it, especially if the story is of profound importance.


The patience of Spirit is without limit. Sometimes I’ve been moved so fast as to give me vertigo, sometimes I have been left for decades to slog through a swamp of the mundane.
You will find here links to Edward and Edward – Interactive. It’s a bit more than a novel, a story from the lives; mine and Edward, 3rd duke of Buckingham's.
The end of EDWARD left me in doubt about everything, and then followed the swamp. After closure of my Law practice I turned to teaching, Law, of course, but also Psychology, even teaching schizophrenia to diagnosed schizophrenics on a B.A. course in Psychopathology. At the end of my teaching career I finally learned about patience, in training as a counsellor. After retirement, and having come back to Edward, I even lead a group in a Spiritualist church, studying Reincarnation. Edward has been published, even in a revolutionary eBook, and the question is, what next?
There is so much in Edward, about History and the nature of Reality, as it affects us today, that the first thing is to let the story be known.
As to myself? At the end of Edward was such an obscure and portentous message from the ‘Nine Worthies’ as to leave no choice. The answer is a Grail Quest, but this is such an undertaking that, despite all the and fantasy stories on T.V., Humanity has been almost ‘hardwired’ against it - it is a work in progress.
If you should ask, why are my best efforts at producing an eBook offered free? The answer is that the first thing is the story should be known; yet there is so much more to be revealed, I know those who read Edward will want to know what happens on the quest. There will come an edition of Edward, or a sequel, which will tell of the fruits of that quest.



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