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Midnight Omen Deja vu (Hardbound First Edition) (Book) - 7/31/2010 3:17:19 PM|
While reading Midnight Omen Deja Vu by Marti Melville, I couldnít help but crave the sea. So I took Midnight Omen to the beach, planted myself in the sand with the salty sea smell in the air and the waves in the background and read. Marti took me on a journey from a busy Emergency Room where Katherine worked as an RN, to the middle of the sea on board the pirate ship, Revenge, with a bunch of yuck mouthed pirates and the emerald eyed Captain John Phillips, where Kathryn had been taken in a previous life for her magical healing abilities. The moment Kathryn set foot on the Revenge, I was on board that ship with her. From there Kathryn learned more about her abilities, how to use them and how to survive on board the ship with the pirates. Kathryn is in for a journey that takes her from fear of the pirates to caring for them and wanting to take care of them, and even falling for Captain Phillips. When I finished the last page I looked out over the ocean and expected to see a large ship with the Revengeís flag blowing on the horizon.
I canít wait to return to the sea and find out where Marti takes me next!
Eternity Really? (Short Story) - 1/3/2011 8:39:05 PM
Very nice Marti, I had fun visualizing your words as you constructed philosophic images with them. I tend to think of the linear line as spiral. This way it exemplifies the completeness of every respective concern, however in a complete circle, the end meets the beginning, and a spiral allows it to complete a circle, whose conclusion is the beginning of another circle. And this goes on infinitely.
Thanks for the nice write
Eternity Really? (Short Story) - 12/17/2010 12:09:13 PM
In this life we don't really know what is ahead of us, but we have faith. We don't know how human beings really eveloved, even though there are countless theories. Did Life just materialize out of this deja vu timeline, or was it from some other means? We will never truthfully know, even though scientists say we came from this species or that. How do they know that for a fact?
This blog is esoteric in its writing, and ethereal in its meaning. I have my own theories of why we have deja vu, and they stem from a bible passage. I have talked to priests and other ministers of the word, and they just tell me it is from an overactive imagination. But what if I am right? The bible passage I am talking about is Gen. 6:4 if you wish to talk about this more I am on Facebook. But it is because of this passage that I have my theories of deja vu and living different lives.
This blog is well written Marti and makes a body think, and that is a good thing.
Love & hugs,
Exhaustion (Short Story) - 7/31/2010 6:20:04 PM
thought provoking read
Reflection on Another Lifetime? (Short Story) - 7/29/2010 9:14:33 AM
Midnight Omen Deja vu - Excerpt (Short Story) - 6/11/2010 2:01:30 PM
Pirates and magic .......... what a great combination.
Exhaustion (Short Story) - 5/12/2010 10:59:30 AM
I appreciate this insightful look at pain, Marti. However, I strongly dispute that 50 is "old." (LOL!) Thank you for sharing. Welcome to AD. Love and best wishes to you,
Book Review - Unhallowed Ground by Heather Graham (Article) - 8/18/2010 4:41:03 AM
Book Review - Unhallowed Ground by Heather Graham (Article) - 8/18/2010 12:49:32 AM
this sound like my type of book..thank you...Eliza Keating
Book Review - Pirate Latitudes by Michael Crichton (Article) - 7/31/2010 6:17:19 PM
enjoyed your review
Book Review - 1001 Ways to Market Your Books (Article) - 7/20/2010 6:00:17 PM
enjoyed reading your review
New Tires (Article) - 5/12/2010 11:02:37 AM
I love this, Marti! It is delightfully shared. I can also relate as I am in the market for new tires... ...they are not bald but they are eight years old and I don't think rubber lasts forever. Love and best wishes,
New Tires (Article) - 5/11/2010 4:35:57 AM
Nice article. I think most of us have been there. Not knowing how much longer the old buggy can go. When I was a baby, my dad accidentally ran over me in his car. Miraculously, I didn't even have a broken bone but he had just put new tires on the car. I still have sqiggly lines on my bohunkus.
New Tires (Article) - 5/3/2010 8:21:26 PM
Or perhaps it was the hour alone with the kids, without distractions......