About the Author

Franki deMerle grew up in Alabama in the same timeframe as her main character, Sand Strasberg, and her experiences provide the basis for Sand’s story. The author’s name is on the Wall of Tolerance at the Southern Poverty Law Center in Montgomery, Alabama. She now lives in the Pacific Northwest.
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2 Responses to “About the Author”

  1. Ann R Davis Says:

    Hi Franki! I also grew up in the south (Georgia) and had an extraordinary experience of spontaneous past life scenes that I began to record. I accumulated quite a number of these and although I was happy about them (they were so filled with love) I didn’t dare publish them, because of my Bible belt family and friends. Finally, I have decided to do so. I sandwiched each story with a letter to a fictional editor so that I could explain to the reader what I was going through personally each step of the way. My views changed dramatically during these years and I eventually gained a foothold on peace. Your experience seems to be so similar, I was inspired to write you. If you would like an ebook or pdf file of my book, I will send you one free, since I would dearly like to have a friend who understands this. I haven’t yet read your book, but hope to. Oh! The title is: Looking Out the Back Door: Visions of Past Lives, is just published and on Amazon, but not yet in bookstores.
    Ann Richardson Davis

    • frankidemerle Says:

      That’s really cool, Ann. I love the title of your book, and I’m going to look for it on Amazon. Thanks for the offer of the ebook, but I haven’t switched over yet. Still like the feel of the real book, tho I know those days are numbered. You used a creative approach, and I understand about the Bible belt friction the memories can cause. I hope you will read Deception Past as well as Dragonfly Dreams, and I intend to read yours. Nancy Wait is another author I’ve met online writing about her memories and experiences. I’m looking forward to adding your book to my list on my website, http://www.reincarnationbooks.com. Thanks for sharing! This means a lot to me. 🙂

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