A former professional musician, both teacher and performer, Mary Bowmaker has always loved writing, small successes over the years encouraging and inspiring her to write her first book A Little School on the Downs; a record of the life and work of a headmistress and her school in Victorian England, and her successful Is Anybody There, her first book about the paranormal.
Leaning on the Invisible is a fascinating introduction to the unknown, a portal into another world which, if we fail to walk through it, leaves us immeasurably impoverished. The whole world has opened up suddenly to become aware of a form of ‘global citizenship’ as, we at last understand, and try to realise the significance and truth of the words, the Brotherhood of Man.
Strange, unbelievable incidents that happen in every life, but how do we view them? Do we say ‘imagination’, ‘coincidence’, ‘just one of those things’, or is there perhaps something more?
In this thought-provoking, self-help book of the so called ‘paranormal’, we seek to find answers to the unexplainable, and answers to the question posed in the title.