Constance Messmer


Constance Messmer is a professional psychic, medium, and channel who has had mystical experiences her entire life. When she was young, she just didn’t have the exact words for what was happening. To make matters worse, there were influential people that inhibited her skills due to their own fears and disbelief. Eventually she learned not to listen to other opinions, and instead she learned to trust her own inner knowing: that still quiet voice that resides within each of us and is connected to all that is. She was inspired to write c.a.m.p. shorts, her collection of books for young readers, by her personal desire to help others discover and hone their own psychic skills. She believes that we are all capable of mystical and metaphysical experiences if we would only pay attention to the subtle, and sometimes not so subtle, occurrences in our lives. If we all did, she thinks, the world would be a much better place.

She has taught psychic and spiritual development to kids and adults alike.
Constance has a web site for grownups at and one for kids at

Where to find Constance Messmer online


Some Dogs Talk
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 57,720. Language: English. Published: January 9, 2014. Category: Fiction » Children’s books » Visionary & Metaphysical
Either Tony can actually share a dog's mind, or he is losing his. Trial and error, laughter and heartache dot this week of discovery. Tony's Dog Talking Guide is found at the book's end. Some Dogs Talk aims to accurately teach animal communication among the pages of non-creepy paranormal, realistic fiction. Due to its content and delivery, this story is equally appealing to a wide age group.
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 3,870. Language: English. Published: January 9, 2014. Category: Fiction » Children’s books » Paranormal
Although she had been told that everyone can talk with the dead, Trina has tried, but it never works for her. Not really. She's ready to find out if it's true that Macy can. In this very short story from c.a.m.p. shorts readers get a glimpse into life at c.a.m.p.

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