Karen Jane Tinker
Karen was born and grew up in Barnsley, Yorkshire (UK) and went to college in Sheffield, Yorkshire to study hotel and catering management.
After leaving college, she worked at a few jobs within the catering industry before having a family and then taking any job there was in order to earn a living and fit in with said family.
After a few moves away from Barnsley, she returned at 40 and began learning complementary therapies, energy healing in particular, which turned her life and thinking around.
After growing into spiritual work, Karen had a realisation that she was meant to write about her experiences and also about the Ascension 2012 Process.
Her first book, "The Lords of Melchizedek" was written with the eponymous, high-level beings about the Ascension and includes some of the energy work the LoM and Karen devised together, along with universal wisdoms.
It was published in paperback in 2010 and to Kindle in 2011 in English and French.
Her second book, "How to Free Yourself and Manifest in 8 Easy Steps" is a self-help manual with clear and simple steps into letting go of anything which no longer serves your purpose and moving into achieving--or manifesting. There is Karen's 'Unilateral Affirmation' for the letting go and Version 2 also includes Karen's vibration-raising meditation.
Book 3 is "'Twixt Heaven and Earth" or "Angels, Demons and A Yorkshire Woman" and tells of 'life with the spooks', as Karen puts it. There are anecdotes of healing, angels, clairvoyance and most particularly of rescue work, her favourite energy 'thing'. It was published to Kindle in September 2012.
"The Revenge of the Dragon Fool" is a short story which was written for the children of a friend. Kindle, October 2012.
Karen is also a skilled proofreader and will accept jobs from authors in all genres.
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The Grass Always Dies
by Karen Jane Tinker
Is it right to tell tales or not? What will happen if you do?
The moral dilemma of whether to tell the tale or not; the moral dilemma of whether to stop someone hurting others.
What is right, when is it right?
by Karen Jane Tinker
Short story of a fond mother's help for her daughter in moving on with her life, finally realising it's not her job any more and she can't get through to her.
Dealing with leaving, sadness.
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