Marian McCain

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Marian Van Eyk McCain is primarily a writer of non-fiction. She is the author of 'Transformation through Menopause' (Bergin & Garvey 1991), written for women who seek a deep understanding of their menopause process, 'Elderwoman: Reap the wisdom, feel the power, embrace the joy' (Findhorn Press, 2002), an inspirational 'trail guide' for the woman’s third age journey, and 'The Lilypad List: 7 steps to the simple life' (Findhorn Press, 2004), a primer for anyone who wants to live more simply and lightly on the planet.
In 2010, Marian edited 'GreenSpirit: Path to a New Consciousness' (O Books), an anthology of writings by thirty contributors who all believe that a deep love of the Earth is necessary if we are to survive as a species and to live in a peaceful, sustainable world. Her latest non-fiction book, due for publication in May, 2011, also by O Books, is 'Downshifting Made Easy: How to plan your planet-friendly future.'
She has also written several works of fiction.
Marian’s special interests are: wellness – both personal and planetary – green spirituality, green lifestyles, simple living and conscious ageing. She is a retired psychotherapist and wellness educator and lives in the UK, where she is co-editor of the 'GreenSpirit Journal,' Editor of the ‘Elderwoman Newsletter’ and a columnist for 'Crone' Magazine (US)

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Omega God: Humanity Evolving
By Sheila Ward
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 12,280. Language: English. Published: August 15, 2013 by Marian McCain. Category: Nonfiction
A small book based on the author’s eight decades of experience. It suggests that most of us are not yet evolved enough to comprehend or wisely handle falling in love, Inspirational Love, spiritual discipline or mystical experiences and that the deeper message of Christianity has not yet been fully understood.

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The Bird Menders
By Marian McCain
Price: $5.99 USD. Words: 99,580. Language: English. Published: January 8, 2011. Category: Fiction
(4.00 from 1 review)
A writer, weaving fantasies about the daughter she relinquished for adoption thirty-one years ago, faces a starkly different reality when the young woman suddenly re-enters her life – an event that re-opens old wounds for them both but launches them, and several others, on an unexpected journey of emotional risk-taking, healing and love. Set in England, Australia and southern Italy.

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