Friday, October 5, 2012

US/CAN/UK - #Win a copy of "Coven" by Diane Wing

You may remember my review of "The True Nature of Tarot" by Diane Wing. I recently received a copy of her novel Coven: The Scrolls of the Four Winds. The story begins in ancient Mesopotamia with a powerful coven of 4 women known as the Triad Witches. Fast forward to present day, the Triad Witches have reincarnated together over many lifetimes; although mostly unaware of the ties that bind them. The sisters undergo a process of awakening and embark on a journey together, protectors of the Scrolls of the Four Winds.


I really enjoy Diane's writing style a great deal. Her use of description paints a very detailed scene that is remarkably easy to visualize. It is as though she has taken you by the hand and brought you to each individual scene allowing you to witness the story first hand. She is very good at describing everything eloquently as her inner eye sees it and conveying that image to the reader.

This book is not only a beautifully crafted story, it also comes filled with lots of useful knowledge that can be applied to create light where there is shadow. There are a couple of chapters at the end of the book that I recommend that everyone go back and reflect upon occasionally. I've gone back and read it 3 times already. The information is highly beneficial and resonates with me strongly. Which brings me to another thing I love about Diane's work, she pours her heart and essence into her writing. I can only respond to that with love, love and more love.

This book serves as a reminder of the power of forgiveness and self acceptance.

*****

I have 1 copy of Coven: The Scrolls of the Four Winds to giveaway to one lucky reader. This giveaway is open to residents of the United States, Canada and the UK. 

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Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book from Loving Healing Press for review. I will receive an additional book for my participation. I was not required to write a good review. All opinions expressed are my own and based upon my personal experience. 

6 comments:

  1. Knowing, and reminding myself, that whatever the negative is it will only be short term and pass in time helps me to keep a positive attitude.

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  2. that maybe tomorrow will be better - regnod(at)yahoo(d0t)com

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  3. I love nature and halloween, my daughter, and my soulmate. Art keeps me happy and tea with books keeps me sane. So nice!-Cassie butterykittens@yahoo.com dailydirtydiaper.blogspot.com

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  4. that the universe will take care of me

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  5. Knowing that for all the bad I've experienced, I'll get a lot of great things in my future.

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  6. My dogs always manage to put a smile on my face!

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