- 17,99 lei
Twin Flame is a novella about a man meeting, courting and marrying his twin flame. Departing from his usual work in the realm of history and best-selling technological thrillers, Forstchen writes an account of finding true love later in life. Co-authored with Nora D'Ecclesis, a non-fiction writer who defines the holistic concept of twin flames in relationships, Twin Flame is a blending of views about faith, love and perseverance from a universal spiritual perspective. The fiction chapters are interwoven with introspective analysis of how all twin flames endure the process as they quest toward equanimity. The narration includes insights from her expertise in Zen, meditation, Reiki and Christianity. The book embraces the concept that there is a higher plan for everyone and that twin flames are created long before birth.
"Bill Forstchen's works have flair and power."
- Joel Rosenberg, author of the GUARDIANS OF THE FLAME series
on ONE SECOND AFTER
"A riveting, cautionary tale."
on the LOST REGIMENT series:
"A parallel world novel of majestic sweep and gripping intensity."
- L. Sprague de Camp, author of LEST DARKNESS FALL and THE ANCIENT ENGINEERS
"Guided visualizations for me are a life changer and Nora's knowledge is second to none! I can't thank Nora enough for the personal help she has given me."
- “Chio Tim Acosta, “Chio" in the Morning - Philadelphia Radio Personality 106.1
William R. Forstchen is the author of over forty books, has a Ph.D. in history from Purdue University and is a Faculty Fellow at Montreat College. His broad spectrum of writing includes science fiction and fantasy, historical fiction, alternate history, several scholarly works, numerous short stories and articles and near-future thrillers ONE SECOND AFTER, ONE YEAR AFTER, THE FINAL DAY, and PILLAR TO THE SKY.
Nora D’Ecclesis is an American bestselling non-fiction author, best known for her international #1 bestseller, THE RETRO BUDGET PRESCRIPTION. Nora holds post-graduate degrees in administration and education from Kean University. Her books focus on stress reduction and cover topics ranging from Haiku poetry and Zen meditation to time management, gratitude and equanimity. She enjoys kayaking, hiking and skiing. Nora lives with her family and dogs in a suburb of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.