Nina Thiedeman


Nina comes from a Multi-Cultural family, her parent’s emigration to England from the then British Colony Ceylon in the 1950, born the youngest of 6 Children, she has been aware of Spirit all her life.
At 13 her Mum’s piano started playing on its own, terrifying the young Nina. Luckily her great Aunt was a medium & 2nd cousin as healer. Her Aunt told her she would tell Spirit to leave her alone till she was 16. On her 16th Birthday, not knowing any of this, 2 friends each bought her a pack of Tarot cards. She went down the pub doing readings for friends, for a pint!!!
Her Aunt over the years ,without Nina realising, had being preparing her for her role, advising her on many aspects, of her Spiritual path ,which has continued since her passing. Nina’s Cousin carried on the support advice & guidance till her passing.
She bought up 3 Children as a single parent , & is now a grandmother of 2. She trained as a counsellor and worked in welfare right, and at a women domestic violence service.
she is now disabled & working part time as a medium tarot reader & teaches others to expand their mediumship abillities

Smashwords Interview

How do you approach cover design?
through intuition, the book is about balancing our lives, how positive & negative experiences teach us & help us grow
Describe your desk
I have small lap top on a small cluttered computer table, with a view of the country side
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It's Not All Love & Light
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 19,630. Language: Commonwealth English. Published: July 5, 2016. Categories: Nonfiction » Religion and Spirituality » Spiritual awakening, Nonfiction » New Age » Spiritualism
A journey through darkness to self Awareness At 13 a piano started playing on its own, terrifying the young Nina. her great Aunt, a medium told Spirit to leave her alone till she was 16., her aunt continued to teach her from this life & the next The most important advice was:- “Just because someone has a spiritual ability, does not make them a Spiritual person! learn why is this book!

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