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  • THE CALLING BY MORWENNA HOLMAN

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    The Calling – the exciting sequel to Rainharrow, by Leeds based spirit-writer Morwenna Holman, has now been published with all proceeds going to Morley Cat rescue and Torre Argentine rescue.  Morwenna writes her books as a medium whilst talking to spirits, more info here.

    It is available from FeedARead now and will soon be available on Amazon.  Morley Cat rescue will also have some for sale.

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  • ‘MY COMMUNICATION WITH EMILY BRONTE’ BY MORWENNA HOLMAN

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    This is a guest blog by ‘Spirit Writer’ Morwenna Holman…
    My communication with Emily Bronte first began when I visited the parsonage museum when I was about ten. Before then I had been seeing a young girl in period dress in my bedroom, often sitting at the bottom of my bed, but she never said a word to me. She did not frighten me at all as I had been seeing Spirits since the age of about eight and understood that somehow I had been born with the ability to retune my mind to both see and hear Spirits.

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  • AUTHORAMP INTERVIEW: MORWENNA HOLMAN #SPIRITWRITER

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    We have an interesting interview for you today, with ‘spirit writer’ Morwenna Holman…

    Morwenna’s novels are dictated to her by spirits, “communing with the departed to write stories of their lives which are lost in the mists of time.” Her first novel, Westerdale, was published in 2013, a story she wrote in her teens, when she said she was visited by the spirit of Emily Bronte.

    We travelled to visit her near Leeds for a cup of tea, some biscuits and a chat, enjoy!

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  • HEATON BY SPIRIT WRITER MORWENNA HOLMAN

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    Morwenna Holman is a ‘spirit writer’, which means her novels are dictated to her by spirits, “communing with the departed to write stories of their lives which are lost in the mists of time.”

    Her first novel, Westerdale, was published in 2013, a story she wrote in her teens, when she said she was visited by the spirit of Emily Bronte.

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