Terry LaBarba


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.

Where to find Terry LaBarba online


The Spiritual Winter
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 111,560. Language: English. Published: March 24, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » Contemporary, Fiction » Science fiction » Adventure
Time is accelerating on Earth and the leader of a powerful intelligence agency travels to the Yucatan to investigate Mayan clues. Through fortuitous meetings and mystical events he assembles the puzzling plan of humanity.
Saviors and Sacrifice
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 84,690. Language: English. Published: February 20, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » Contemporary, Fiction » Science fiction » Adventure
(5.00 from 1 review)
The birth of Mariah, the mother of the Leader of the Peacemakers on Earth has the subterranean cities in celebration, but three men struggle to remember their link to the obscure Lemurian race of inter-dimensional beings. They will be entrusted with a mission that Earth desperately needs, but first they have to reunite and piece together their incredible past.
We, The Hidden (Book 1) The Race Within
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 82,000. Language: English. Published: December 16, 2011. Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » Contemporary, Fiction » Science fiction » Adventure
(5.00 from 3 reviews)
"When we are ready, they will come." A British poet, an ex Navy Seal, and an amateur astronomer team up, using unusual methods to search for a soul mate, a daughter and the truth behind a Lemurian legend. When three powerful women intervene, their paths are forever altered. Written by a modern day shaman, this dramatic story follows humanity’s status at the end of an age, 2012 and beyond.

Smashwords book reviews by Terry LaBarba

  • 2012 Rite of Way on Jan. 04, 2012

    A 2012 Book that Comes with Instructions! What an informative and timely read! This non-fiction how to lays it all out with practical steps to make it through a challenging time. Something of a metaphysics 101, the book can either teach you something new or remind you of certain truths of how things work including the seven natural laws of the universe. She offers such advice as staying connected to the universal energy or God and concepts like how we plan our life before we are born, and free will allows us to change aspects of that plan. Reading the fact that we may be feeling “a quickening and a sense of restlessness” will prod you to look further into what’s going on. Ms. Kokla raises questions that get you to ask more questions and think for yourself, not believing everything that is handed to you and how to tell the difference of what's true. I’m not going to spoil the predictions, but I will say that they are eventful and symbolic in a way that you’ll find yourself joining with her in figuring out what they may mean, and hindsight will hone our ability to trust both hers and our own insights. The summary in chapter six is worth a hundred times the small price of this book. Her writing style was down to earth (no pun intended) and easy to understand, with to the point information without unnecessary fluff. I got the sense that I was sitting at a kitchen table having a chat with a friend, a very wise friend. I recommend this book to anyone who is the slightest bit apprehensive of our near future or someone with a curiosity on how things work in the cosmic sense.