Samantha's Journey into Real Magic - Part 1

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In January 2010 in Milton, UK, Samantha Smith kissed her Saint Christopher medallion before setting out on a journey. In just a few days she would be challenged to apply her computer programming skills to the control of real magic. Could she heal one of Merlin’s closest friends? Where would her new skills lead her? What was the risk of using her skills? What was the secret of the medallion? More

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Words: 86,570
Language: English
ISBN: 9781370904518
About Honeysuckle Pear

Author: “Honeysuckle Pear”
Picture: created using ‘DAZ 3D’. Her avatar defines her spirit.
Honeysuckle started to take creative writing seriously in 2010, having written many short stories to preserve sanity while working away from home as a computer contractor. She decided that her reasons for writing had been shallow and negative. Applying her fascination with real magic, hypnosis and telepathy, she prepared several plots based on ‘what if’, directed towards medical advances and true justice. Her novels are a mix of fantasy, romance and adventure. A favourite topic is 'what if real magic exists in this modern world?'
Honeysuckle is a bundle of contradictions; she is dreadfully needle-shy and yet gave blood on several occasions. Her imagination is her greatest asset and her worst enemy; she was born with chronic asthma. Some have said that her asthma attacks were caused by excitement, or panic; “it’s all in the mind” the professionals said. She has spent significant sums trying to search for the mental causes of her asthma, trying to disprove that statement. Having had many psychotherapy sessions in hypnosis, and deeper into past life regressions, she wrote down all her observations within hours of each session. She believes that stage hypnosis should be banned, and all hypnotists should be medically qualified.
It is her belief that telepathy is a real sixth sense. As a child she had an extreme Asthma attack while she was pushing her bicycle up a very steep hill. At the bottom of the hill she was mentally screaming, praying that someone would come by and see her distress. To her total disbelief, her parents pulled up behind; they had been shopping and had decided on a whim, or was it something else, to travel back on the route she was likely to take. To this day, she believes that her mother heard her telepathy distress signals and came to her rescue.
Honeysuckle has a vivid sense of justice. If magic was real and she could read the minds of the guilty, then she would truly become judge, jury and executioner.
She writes under a pen name because her real surname had already been made famous, she has no wish to ride on that name, it is her desire that her novels be judged on their own merit.

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