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Terry LaBarba learned she could entertain through creative writing when she was a sixth grader and her class gave a round of applause after she read aloud a humorous story that she put together using the twenty spelling words for the week. Much later, with a creative streak unleashed, she wrote screenplays around premises she would like to see on screen with her favorite actors. The scripts became novels and her studies became metaphysical, always interested in new methods for healing the mind, body and spirit.
With intuitive skills and a quest for better healing results, she left her training in the medical field for energy medicine and the ancient, shamanic practice of Huna.
The search for health and well being brought her back to creative writing, where she shares what she’s learned within her fiction. Terry practices hypnosis, reiki and various Hawaiian, shamanic skills.
Born and reared in Texas, Terry now lives in Dallas, Texas, where she is currently working on her fourth book of the We, The Hidden series. Understanding the potential of inspired fiction, not only does she want to entertain with her writing, she plans to reveal.
on Feb. 27, 2012 :
"We The Hidden" may be fictional writing,but then.There
are ET's believed to be living in Mt.Shsta.
I feel these books are written so that they make the characters so realistic you feel you may have crossed their
paths before.maybe that's just wishful thinking on my part.
Thank you LaBarba for opening my mind to universal thinking.
(reviewed 21 days after purchase)
on Feb. 23, 2012 :
You can approach this book in two ways, even if you don’t buy into the New Age, Atlantis-style stuff, (which I personally don’t) you can still suspend your disbelief and read it as a decent thriller mixed with paranormal elements.
The main character Tolan Nichols gets involved with a clandestine organisation that is tracking down a group of mysterious people who are living beneath a mountain in California. When they finally meet up with them, they turn out to be members of an ancient civilisation known as Lemurians. (I was hoping for Nazi scientists from WWII but there you go, can’t win ‘em all.)
Along the way Tolan learns more about himself and his special powers as he meets the woman that he will love and the woman who will teach him about his past.
I enjoyed this book very much and bought the second instalment of the series, as soon as it was released.
(reviewed 17 days after purchase)
on Jan. 04, 2012 :
I enjoyed every moment of reading this book, couldn't put it down in fact. I love when a book can take me out of my own life and absorb me in the creators world. Looking forward to the next!
(reviewed 3 days after purchase)
on Dec. 24, 2011 :
A Hidden Gem
We The Hidden (Book 1) The Race Within delves into an absorbing world of shamans, psychics, ancient civilizations, astral travel, remote viewing and telepathy – what a fabulous theme for a thriller.
LaBarba weaves an intriguing web of adventure and wonder as her characters develop and evolve in their quest to uncover the secrets behind the Lemurian legend. The answers they find are more than they or I could ever have imagined.
The characters are well-delineated, bold and inspiring. They are each driven by personal reasons to seek the truth and LaBarba skilfully discloses their secrets, what has happened to them and what is going to happen to them in a completely believable way. They shine through and I found I could easily relate to their idiosyncrasies, frailties and humour. Sometimes they had me laughing and other times teary as they carried me through this stunning adventure to the very last word.
I knew little of shamanism and the Lemurian legend before picking up this book but it opened my eyes to a world of knowledge and innate forces that have been lost or hidden over the ages. The theme of love and hate is so beautifully woven between the lines that it left me thinking about the powers of these emotions long after I finished reading. The intertwining of reality and mysticism makes this a very refreshing piece of fiction indeed.
This is a must read and I am looking forward to reading the next book in the series.
(reviewed 3 days after purchase)