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I live in the north of England with my wonderful 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 rescued Jack Russel dog.
Following the success of the bestselling 'A Beard In Nepal', '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.
'A Beard in Nepal 3' is now out. This is the story of our third visit to the village, and also our adventures in India and Bhutan.
Also by Fiona Roberts:
'Ghost of a Smile. Memories from a Medium's Life'; 'Voices. Memories from a Medium's Life'; and 'The Curse. Memories from a Medium's Life'.
PLEASE SEE ALL THE BOOK REVIEWS ON AMAZON, and excerpts on Spanglefish.com/fionaroberts
on July 06, 2012 :
A glimpse into the paranormal life of a medium - fascinating reading, and the only medium I have read about willing to visit clients as far away as Nepal! Highly recommended!!!
(reviewed 9 days after purchase)
on July 02, 2012 :
From the opening account of the untimely death of a baby rabbit to the ethereal tale of a village elder's passing, this latest book by Fiona Roberts is a feast for anyone even remotely interested in spiritualism or the paranormal.
We follow the thread of history as Fiona gradually unlocks the secrets of her family's psychic abilities, down through the generations to the present day and the author herself.
The case histories of readings provide us with concrete examples of a medium at work, examples that even a die-hard skeptic should find difficult to dismiss.
We learn not to fear communicating with the spirits of our loved ones, be they parents, friends, a husband or wife, or even a beloved English sheepdog named Harry, but instead to take comfort.
This is a moving and fascinating book.
For more background on Fiona's evolution as a spiritualist and some very funny stories, I urge you to read 'Ghost of a Smile - Memories from a Medium's Life".
(reviewed 7 days after purchase)