LINK ARTICLE 20 Questions To Ask Before Creating An eBookWritten by helene malmsio
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The LilyWritten by Simon Mitchell
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2000 years ago I was killed trying to save my mother from Portuguese raiders on river, who stole gold that came from Ireland. My story is located in valley of one of these rivers, now called 'River Fowey'. It is a story that I have not been able to tell until now. My own story starts with visit of Jesus of Nazareth to river Fowey in 30 AD (according to Julian Calendar and allowing for a seven year miscalculation). He was twenty-three years old. He journeyed on a vision quest to west-of-land, in search of wisdom of Keltii and union with his father spirit. I have spent much time thinking about this moment and my brief encounter with a man who claimed to be Son of God. For hundreds of years I puzzled at his smile, light in his gaze. He had a quality of being rare in extreme, an utter and unconditional compassion for all life.
Who am I? A ghost; Fintan, born 2000 years ago and caught in matrix of nature unable to tell my story until now. I am here in an ancient land, waiting for you to read my story.
The Lily: Episode 1 (fiction) by Simon Mitchell This is an extract from 'The Lily' - the first episode of an exciting and magical new Cornish novel. Order this story by visiting: http://www.simonthescribe.co.uk/Lily.html