Today we are going to dissect
Young Adult Suspense Thriller
by Liza O'Connor
otherwise known as me
We'll evaluate a main pillar of my story and ask
IS THIS REALLY POSSIBLE?
CASS REINCARNATES INTO THE BODY OF A 17 YEAR OLD.
She retains the memories of her 80 years, but none of the teen's.
Real or Utter Rubish?
REAL: I'll provide compelling proof and explanations to support my belief in reincarnation during my Blog Tour March 11-April 5.
However today, I feel silly, so you get the following as proof.
Animals clearly doing things they shouldn't be doing unless they are humans reincarnated into pets.
Above, we've a swaggering sea captain, a gymnast, a hedgehog writer, a singer, an alcoholic, and yet another writer. (That's not really surprising given there are millions of us writers.)
And here is a video of a world renowned musician tormented by his/her inability to sing and play the piano in its new life. However, I think he/she can still read music.
And here's a Salsa dancer. I'm pretty sure if they'd find her a pair of heels, she could wear them just fine.
Clearly, reincarnation occurs and not always in the manner we wish.
Turns out a little over 20% of the population believes in reincarnation.
I became a believer when once I experienced my soul and my consciousness leaving my body. There's nothing like personal experience to convince you something is possible. I am certain that our soul and our body are separable, because mine went on a short walkabout, got scared, and jumped back in my body.
Peep Rep: Were you by chance on drugs?
Liza: No, and I can't believe you asked that. Now leave. I didn't invite you to comment today.
Peep Rep: You never invite me.
Liza: True, but normally I state a greeting which you claim means you were invited.
Peep Rep: What greeting is that?
Liza: Ha! I'm not falling for that trick.
Peep Rep: Darn! *Peep Rep hangs head and leaves*
Liza: Now, where was I? Ah Yes....
Why all people don't believe in reincarnation surprises me.
Almost all religions make mention of it somewhere in their texts (including Christianity and Judaism).
However, I would say the Asian religions are most in tune with the concept.
Oddly, my initial premise of reincarnation is not what people object to. They argue that other, darker events that occur later in the book, could not happen in real life.
Someday, when I wish to be serious, I may discuss the real events that support my story, but right now I'll just say I have true bits of life to support every key event that occurs in the story.
Except blowing up a cabin. However, I'm pretty sure someone, somewhere, has done that too.
Lot's of houses blowing up.
Thus, ends today's silly dissection of Saving Casey.
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If you don't have time, I'll forgive you if you buy my book Saving Casey now.
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