Troubador The Windmill

Released: 28/11/2020

ISBN: 9781800460089

eISBN: 9781800467439

Format: Paperback/eBook

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What is love at first sight? What do we mean by destiny? Are things sometimes just meant to be?
And are there messages within our dreams?

Virginia ‘Ginny’ Lewis Faulkner thinks her luck is in when she inherits a previously-unknown property. Little does she know all that awaits her as she begins a genealogical investigation to discover more about her Great Aunt Florence Stanley, whom she and other family members have little knowledge of following her disappearance in war-torn Holland in 1940. But there are skeletons within the cupboard that were hidden for a reason...

Told through a lens of three snapshots in time that are connected by a ‘soul’s’ journey to reunite with past loves, experience the loves and loss of three extraordinary people and their journeys in life.

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K Lewis Adair

Are our lives already in a book? Do we just need to write it?

I decided to write a novel after thinking about the many different things that I had discovered whilst studying archaeology, history and researching into genealogy.

Life experiences had accompanied me, as yet I had not assimilated them in to my thoughts. Upon assisting a friend with her genealogical research, I wanted to investigate my family and my husbands lineage. Undertaking this investigation, along with my interest in history, some deep questions arose. My love of the eras; ancient, pre-history and early medieval, started to comfortably slot in to place.

A major change to my thinking came when I decided (out of the blue...or was it?) to visit a medium. I had never been to a reading before but felt strangely compelled to go.

The medium, was able to tell me things she could not have known, even to painting a picture of me as a child. Other things described astonished me, especially as I was completely sceptical and volunteered very little information. One further point they added, I was writing a book. I sat astounded, and declared to her in that moment I felt like I had just woken up.

Looking at me, she simply laughed, almost as though it had been expected.

I went away and thought about everything. As I began my journey to discover more, many things started to happen. A new understanding that I had to acquire knowledge, to be open to visions or dreams and generally be more aware. To this day I am open to new ideas and new discoveries.

So, why write a book?

Fated or otherwise, I had already started.

Now with new avenues to explore, as well as looking back on my life to this point, suddenly everything began to slot in to place. Like a jigsaw puzzle, the parts slowly joined to create a bigger picture. A picture with many peep holes remaining.

Now I have just published my first novel, The Windmill.

The book already known by the medium. I am at present writing another story which will compliment The Windmill and lead to a series of books that will all connect together and answer the questions, I hope the reader may have.

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