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I live in the north of England with my husband Tod.
When I'm not working or writing, Tod and I grow vegetables, fruit and flowers on our allotments, and travel as much as we can.
We recently returned to the village of Salle, high in the Everest Region of Nepal for a wonderful third reunion with the villagers and children. Absolutely great! (See our books 'A Beard in Nepal' for the story of our trips to that amazing country).
I am also a working Medium/psychic, and have been involved in the world of the paranormal, psychics and clairvoyants for over 30 years. I give private readings and also write on the subject.
Tod and I share our lives with a little flock of free range, ex battery chickens, and a nosey, lively Jack Russel dog.
Following the success of the bestselling 'A Beard In Nepal', the sequel, entitled 'A Beard In Nepal 2. Return to the Village' is now out. Both books have been published by John Hunt Publishing as paperbacks and eBooks.
Also by Fiona Roberts:
'Ghost of a Smile. Memories from a Medium's Life',(Amazon Bestseller) and 'Voices. Memories from a Medium's Life'. 'Voices' is now published as a paperback by John Hunt Publishing.
PLEASE SEE ALL THE BOOKS' REVIEWS ON AMAZON, and excerpts on Spanglefish.com/fionaroberts
on Dec. 09, 2011 :
This book is a very open, honest account of how one individual developed her insight into the other realities around us. Initially sad, but ultimately showing how we can gain from our experiences, and learn from what is shown to us. I recommend this book to anyone interested in the development of the abilities currently known as the 'medium.'
(reviewed the day of purchase)
on Dec. 07, 2011 :
The author of "A Beard in Nepal" and "The Truth About Teeth" and other tales surprises us with a complete change of direction. "Ghost of a Smile" is a moving memoir of a difficult childhood, and an exploration of the writer's earliest experiences with the spirit world, a world that she relates to as naturally as you or I relate to the world around us.
Whether you are a new reader or you are already a fan of Fiona's work, this latest book is a gripping story.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)