In Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice, Fitzwilliam Darcy and Elizabeth Bennet’s beloved characters and deliciously romantic love story have captured imaginations for roughly the last two hundred years. But the story did not end there. Elizabeth receives Darcy’s Last Promise in his final moments in that lifetime. He vows that somehow he will find Elizabeth and that they will be together again. This promise is not as simple as it sounds and the journey takes them through misunderstanding, desperation, and perseverance. The story is full of humor, hope, frustration, pain and joy. As an added twist, they are not the only original Pride and Prejudice characters who show up in the 21st century. Watch for the sequel Darcy’s Last Promise Tested
And for those who’ve ever wondered what is was like to be a real-live psychic, here’s a book that let’s you see through the eyes of one….
The Shining Within Me: Communications From the Afterlife: Foreword by renowned psychic medium Concetta Bertoldi
This true account of the life of Psychic Medium Freddie Rivera will leave you spellbound and in awe of what lies beyond the physical experience we have here on earth.
Freddie was born and raised in New York City. The beginning of his life was a difficult one, and it only became more challenging as he got older. Freddie was born a natural medium, meaning his abilities became fully active at age six. As a small child, he suffered and endured frightening and confusing paranormal activity. He saw, heard and felt what most adults would find unfathomable. He doesn’t hold back on the negative aspects of being a psychic medium. One of his first frightening experiences was when he saw a “Grim Reaper” like spirit at age six.
He had one experience so frightening that he shut down and was forced to face a lonely, almost unbearable existence through his road into adulthood. He had nowhere to turn; society did not acknowledge much less even speak about the things that Freddie was going through.
When he was old enough to go out on his own, he joined the army and traveled and was exposed to places that were almost too much for him to bear; sensitive as he was to supernatural activity. He takes you through the rough road in the jungles in Panama and the freezing temperatures at the glaciers in Alaska. He experienced a Nazi Concentration Camp, on a level that was different from the rest of his fellow soldiers.
Freddie had profound yet misunderstood experiences that he himself tried to ignore and keep at a distance. He was unaware of the true meaning of his abilities and was on his own with the overwhelming activity within and around him. He felt he could not share the occurrences in his life as he was afraid other people would think he was insane.
On Freddie’s path to self-discovery, he finds himself in conflict with the true calling he was not yet aware he possessed. There are areas in the book that are very frightening, and leaves us to wonder. The unknown is most frightening with lack of knowledge. Freddie learns to understand and face it head on. He learns what he really is capable of.
You will journey with him while he finds himself and what made him who he is today. When Freddie discovered the true meaning of his gifts, he also discovered his mission in life and his life’s calling.