Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Nick Redfern, author of Chupacabra Road Trip, Nessie, and the new Shapeshifters.
Make mention of the word "shapeshifter" and, in all likelihood, it will bring to mind the image of the world's most well-known shapeshifter of all time: the werewolf. It's a beast that is famous in history, folklore, mythology, and popular culture. Centuries ago, werewolves were talked about, in hushed tones, around campfires in the woods. Today, they entertain us on the big-screen: Underworld, Dog Soldiers, and An American Werewolf in London are just a few of the hit-movies of the wolfman-type variety. There are, however, far more shapeshifters than just
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Patt Lind-Kyle, author of the new Embracing the End of Life.
It probably took around nine months for you to be born here on earth. As you were growing in your mother's womb you were not terribly aware of what was happening in your parents' life. Well, as you can imagine, they were making important preparations before your arrival. Your parents were building a wonderful nest for you with toys, clothes, furniture, and more. Sometimes your mother had to wait over the nine months, or perhaps popped out early. She had to become very patient and adaptable for your intended arrival time.
Very similar to your birth is another major life event: