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Non Fiction Fiction
Forget the old concept that you’re chained to a life of misery because of a big bad story that keeps running in your head. There is no reason to believe it and every reason not to.
March cares about the crap you’re living because of that damned story and offers a powerful, permanent way to change it.
Supervening is an eye-opening, rewriting your history hypnosis program that goes beyond reason to unscramble the subconscious mind. It’s pleasant and easy to follow. Illustrations paint a clear picture of why you think what you do and how to get over it. Relief and proof are realized in compelling, powerful personal stories from clients who move out of despair into a new, exciting and Super way of being.
Who’s listening to your story, the one buried in your heart? Supervening is the tool you need to focus in a new pivotal direction that makes for inspiring stories, better responses and ultimately your story, your life and your dreams come true.
From SUPERVENING to SUPERBEING
London, Canada. Harry Hanover, a slovenly,
part-time private investigator and handyman is making half-hearted attempts to
find a job and get his elderly mother off his back. Life heats up when a stray
dog adopts Harry, he lands work at a haunted house, and develops an immediate
attraction to the new home owner, Kara MacDonald, a fresh-faced television
script writer from Toronto. As they attempt to restore the old Victorian, Kara
unearths Harry’s past indiscretions and discovers that living with a ghost is
no recipe for domestic bliss.
After a gun-toting, elderly neighbour is attacked, Harry is arrested as the prime suspect in a series of crimes including murder. Meanwhile, Kara does her best to ignore the ghost as she clears up the mess Harry leaves behind. The luckless sleuth is released, only to be arrested again when he follows up a lead from the homeowner’s cat.
It’s clear that Harry is a credible detective as he joins forces with a feisty group of seniors who are gung-ho to follow the clues and find the killer. Do they have a ghost of a chance?
Georgia March is currently working on a sequel to The Trouble With Harry.
When she is not writing she is also a hypnotist and a spiritual explorer who believes laughter and mystery are the cure for pretty much anything. Besides having fun writing, she paints and makes music.
"You're going to make up a lot of stories in your lifetime. If you read a lot of good ones it may influence the ones you live with." ~Georgia March
Georgia March & David Simpson are the force behind Eclectic Voice a jazz and blues band offering an eclectic mix of smooth and sizzling music for public and private functions. Click on the link to hear their album, which features Ray Ovington on drums.