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Tell us a short interesting narrative about yourself. I remember sitting at my desk in the classroom when I was in junior high and the thought came to me, “I like to write!” Later in my fifties, when I actually began to write books, I remembered sitting in the classroom many years earlier thinking, “I like to write,” and finally I had realized it was meant to be. What would you say is your interesting writing quirk? I am always looking for the exactly right word to express my deeper meanings. I write about evil spirits and things that most people cannot see and do not understand, so searching and finding the right word to convey the deeper meaning is vitally important. What do you like to do when you’re not writing? I have a Master’s Degree in piano, so I love to play light jazz and background music for parties. I taught piano for many years, so I have always

it the opposite way where our illness heals and our life becomes healthier and peaceful. It’s all about learning how we can consciously move our own energy. Exceptionally well written and full of groundbreaking ideas. Riveting. A million praises to the author for sharing her indispensable wisdom. Definitely recommended for everyone.” What do you think makes a good story? A good story is something you can relate to, because it tells how you overcame a problem or an illness that you found no answers to anywhere else. The usual methods didn’t work. My books explore and explain spiritual concepts that heal dysfunctional illnesses that most people do not understand because they have used the traditional methods of healing that do not work. There are millions of people in the world with dysfunctional illnesses. Many of them commit suicide because they find no help in the usual methods of healing. A good story gives you answers to your problems that you find nowhere else. Advice for those young readers who wanted to be like you someday. Do not be afraid to write your story, no matter what has happened to you. You may help someone else who is having the same problem, or you may find an answer you need to find by thinking deeply about what happened and how you overcame it. Someone somewhere needs to hear your story, and you may even heal yourself by telling your story. EC

through nine years of depression. The doctors and counselors could not heal it. The medicine did not work, so I had to find another way to get well. One day I covered my eyes with my hands and looked inward, trying to see what was causing me so much mental disturbance. I could clearly see what the problem was, and I knew exactly what I needed to do to get well. Now I write books to teach others how to overcome dysfunctional illness that medicine cannot heal using spiritual techniques that work. Do you hear from your readers much? What kinds of things do they say? Many readers have written about my books on Goodreads. Here is a sample: “Healing is a serious matter that requires serious solutions. Is this book worth it? Yes, absolutely. This is not your typical healing method in which you can just take pills or undergo an operation. It explores deeper into

“A good story gives you answers to your problems that you find nowhere else.”

our being and finds the fault and disturbances in our energy. Our energy is said to be polluted when we are living with pressures, intense grief, fear, insecurities, and any other undesirable feelings that render us vulnerable. When this attitude dominates our lives, then illness and bad experiences will come to us. If we want to make our lives worthy of living, we can always do

had wonderful children coming into my home, even after my own children were grown and gone. What was one of the most surprising things you learned in creating your books? I write to teach people how to heal medically incurable illnesses, i.e. mental illness, alcoholism, drug addiction, and Alzheimer’s, by changing the way they think about the Self. We are not taught as children to love our-Self, and this is a grave mistake. In fact, my mother taught me not to love myself, because she said it was conceited. The word “conceit” actually means, “wisdom, understanding,” according to Webster’s Dictionary, it is something beneficial. After the sudden death of my eighteen- year-old son in a car accident, I went



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