Guest Post by Author Paul DeBlassie III, Visionary Fiction and the Soul Blog Tour

This is a very insightful post from #RRBC author, Paul DeBlassie III. I was impressed by it, so I thought I would share. I hope you enjoy it.

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Welcome to the

Visionary Fiction and the Soul Blog Tour

@pdeblassieiii

#4WillsPub

#RRBC

Goddess of the Wild Thing

And

The Unholy

  

Does being a psychotherapist inform your writing of visionary fiction?

In doing depth psychotherapy with patients in emotional and spiritual crisis, I listen to their stories. They are dramatic thrillers in their own right. People go through rough stuff. The wounds and bruises we sustain in life often come out of action-packed encounters with people. We trusted them. We never thought that what happened would happen. We’re wounded and bruised and want to give up. That’s when it’s time to read a story, a terrific story that takes time to get through because it takes thought to get through.

At the end of one patient’s treatment, they related, “You know I didn’t think I’d ever had a chance in life. I was beaten down as a kid…

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4 comments

  1. rijanjks · January 28

    This author has really grabbed my attention, Rhani. I absolutely LOVE the book cover for “Goddess of the Wild Thing!” Thanks for sharing!

    Liked by 1 person

    • Rhani D'Chae · January 29

      Hi, Jan, thanks so much for dropping by. I agree with you about the cover for #Goddess. It is totally awesome! 😃

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  2. pdeblassie · January 28

    Rhani~thanks for sharing Rhani~much appreciated🙏

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    • Rhani D'Chae · January 29

      My pleasure, Paul. It was a great post, and I had to share. 😀

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