A mild-mannered artist and freelance editor by day, by night Laura dons her priestess robe to dance around the fire and cook up books of Pagan how-to and mystical adventure. Her main aim as an artist and author is to make ancient spiritual traditions relevant for modern folks - otherwise, why would you be interested? She has been a Wiccan priestess and shamanic practitioner for many years. Her experience as an herbalist, naturopath (now retired) and Reiki master lends a hedge-witch flavor to her days and helps her balance mind, body and spirit in both her daily life and her writing and art. She loves spending as much time as possible in the vegetable garden and orchard, up to her elbows in the dirt. When she is not busy editing other people's prose, writing her own, or creating historically-inspired works of art, she enjoys volunteering as a living history demonstrator at local historic sites, sharing with the public a set of skills most people considered obsolete more than a century ago.
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By Laura Perry
Published: September 6, 2013.
Archaeology student Maddie Phoenix finds more than she bargained for on a college trip to Central America. Her expedition to dig up ancient Maya ruins becomes a journey into the modern Maya world of shamanism and spiritual healing..
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