Relatively Strange: A Roller-Coaster Of A Psi-Fi Thriller (Strange Series Book 1) by Marilyn Messik
“He and I could kill each other. Right there, right then without moving a muscle. I knew that. Did he?”
It’s tricky to know what’s normal if you’re not, but Stella’s upbringing is average enough, and her protective if paranoid family work on the principle that the less said about what she is, the very much safer she’ll be. Life not surprisingly has its ups, downs and disasters, but only when she’s face to face with the stark reality of medical experimentation and its horrifying consequences, does she realise just how certain she is of one thing. All this hero stuff just isn’t her. No, normal or as near as damn it is what she wants, and if that means smothering her instincts, keeping both feet firmly on the ground and all her abilities under wraps, then it’s a price worth paying.
Isn’t it a fact though, just when you think you’ve got yourself on track, events can derail you?
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• Personal: Wife, Mother, Grandmother, Book Lover, Housework Hater.
• Professional: Author of Paranormal Thrillers & Business Books. Copywriter. Speaker.
• Default Setting: Mild Hysteria.
When my children were small I I wrote features and fiction for magazines and set up a home-based business supplying children’s party goods. I also trained as an ante-natal teacher. Thought all was going well until the husband said if he opened one more cupboard and another pack of Mr Men party plates landed on his head he was leaving!
Tough choice but I opted for the husband and opened a shop – probably the only one where impatient customers in the queue were advised to breathe in short pants and not push. When I sold the shop, I set up a service creating tailor-made, off-the-beaten-track trips to the US and started publishing an annual, accommodation guide which I eventually sold to a FTSE 100 company.
I then dipped a toe into the vintage book world mainly antique illustrated children’s books. I currently run a copywriting consultancy. I’ve blogged for The Telegraph Online, and written Four Paranormal Novels, and Four Business Books (taking care never to mix the two!)