A Novel with Love, Worthiness and Value
I took a major risk when I decided to write the novel Love, Life and Beyond
This came about because I was told by a writing coach my idea for this novel couldn’t be done. His reason being I would be folding non-fiction into a fictional work and these two can’t be molded together. But, then I was advised from a person in publishing, when you are told it can’t be done, do it. And so I took the chance.
I will tell you a little about myself so you can relate to this idea, I put into motion, through this novel. I’ve been studying universal laws for many years and have written five non- fictional books with my son W.T. Hamilton.
But I am also a fictional writer and felt it was essential to offer worthy solutions to negative situations in this novel. Solutions that work. I know they work because these beliefs turned my life around in a positive and joyous way and I need to pass this on to my readers.
So it was important to write a story that women could relate to through a number of situations
I realize that drug addiction had a major impact on many of us. In fact, for some it transforms their lives so dramatically that there seems no way out. Racism is also an issue that I feel passionately about because I lovingly live in an interracial marriage and have done for many years.
So the story had to have an impact serving valuable information, and solutions. Simply put, I didn’t want to just skirt around these issues in this novel.
While pondering this idea I had a light bulb moment. I know that when negative situations take place in our lives, they seem to get stuck in our minds. You know what I’m talking about, something happens, it’s on your mind and you can’t get rid of it. We all go through this at some point in our lives. In other words, it’s hard to find the link of what is happening and why when we are smack dab in the middle of a negative situation.
In my studies I came to understand that we actually gain more valuable knowledge from watching other people’s lives. I’m sure you’ve all experiences this first-hand. You’ve probably seen your friends and relatives make negative choices that you wouldn’t make if you were in their place, right? I find it becomes far easier to witness the negative choices they make than the ones we ourselves are making.
This is where the idea came to me of using spiritual mentors to offer a way out of the problems that plague us
The families involved in this novel Love, Life and Beyond face difficult circumstances of racism, hate and addiction. These Spiritual mentors are watching these families from the wings, so to speak. They see the confusion these families face and give the reader advice and solutions to these problems.
The mentor’s advice is written in exclusive pages in this novel and stand apart from the story
To put it another way, if you would rather read the story by itself without the mentor’s valuable advice, you certainly can. The story of these families can stand on its own.
This novel Love, Life and Beyond is unique in its guidance and can be used for any unwanted situation you may find in life. But it’s also about Love and Worthiness. And so if you enjoy the mentor’s advice you can read those parts often after the book is finished. This way you can change your own life around in the most positive way by taking advantage of the info written in these select pages of this novel.
To put it simply, I have been daring and gone against what most novels offer and have brought to you a chance that can and will change your life.
Thank you for joining me on this wonderful journey. And with all of my heart I hope you enjoy the story and the valuable information it offers to you the reader.
Pamela Hamilton Is an expert in the Law of Attraction, the co-author of Your Invincible Power series of books and the Vice President of the Your Invincible Power Company which assists in going beyond suffering and finding the ultimate joy we all have a right to.
Pamela wrote, Love, Life and Beyond to further promote the worthiness that we all hold title to. We just have to find our way to take ownership to what is rightfully ours.
Your Friend, Pamela