Book Tour 2018

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Read the special posts Annelies wrote during her book tour.

  • Heavy mudslides in California claim 19 lives so far.” “32.000 Philippines are on the run for Mount Mayon.” “Civil war in Syria still continues unabated after five years.”

    These are just some of the headlines of random articles I found in the newspaper this week. It’s repeating itself day in day out; another terrorist attack or act of war causing death and destruction, a major natural disaster doing the same. Is it co-incidence? Or is there more to it than the eye can see? Since I started to research the subject for a book series I write (the Jessie Golden Series) in which the coherence of energy is used in the storyline, I’m convinced all is related. So why do I think there is a connection? Actually, if you reflect on it, it’s quite simple.

    Firstly, science states all is energy in any form whatsoever; humans, nature, the animals, the plants, you name it. In a nutshell; every living thing on this planet, connected by that same energy, mingles, impacts and influences each other. You can compare it with the feeling of extreme discomfort that is coming over you when you face an ill-tempered person or when you experience a feeling of great joy when someone is doing the opposite. It’s a vibe that you pick up on changing the mood you’re in.

    I guess the Earth is acting in a similar way. When we breathe love, light, peace and harmony, it will give the same in return.  However, when we do the opposite, increasing the level of war, terror, crime and hate, it will surround us with a disruptive environment. Now I’m not saying that the current society is solely to blame for the increasing climate changes. The process was already started centuries ago by our ancestors and continues to get worse by the negative vibe and deeds of a minority on this planet. We need to be conscious that the way we act, whether it’s positive or negative, will resonate on the state of the Earth.

    Where will it end if we don’t turn to action now? That’s exactly where the Jessie Golden Series come down to. Jessie Golden, a Dutch journalist and protagonist of the saga, is faced with a task that should prevent the human race from disappearing. Although she is trying to convince the world that a drastic change in the everyday life is necessary to enable a shift in today’s negative vibe, she is not able to prevent the Apocalypse, that will eliminate more than three third of the world’s population. Trying to survive on a planet that hardly looks like the one she is used to, without today’s primary utilities, she and her daughter need to discover the path that will prevent humanity from complete extinction.

    Part one in the series, Quest to the Unknown, is out now, with part two and three already written. Please also watch the video: Our connection with the Earth.

     

  • In the year 2012 – when the Maya Calendar stopped, marking the start of a new spiritual age – Munay-Ki was very popular.  This old rite from the Q’ero Indians was introduced to the Western World by Dr. Albert Villoldo.  Munay-Ki means love energy, the energy of the heart. Through a number of specific initiations you’ll get emotionally and physically cleaned up, making you susceptible for change, focused on a new world in which mankind is more connected with the Earth.

     

    When writing the second part of the Jessie Golden Series (Darkness and Light) I decided to join a Munay-Ki class as part of my research. In the syllabus of the workshop a reference was made to the Theory of Quantum Physics in conjunction with the number 144000 and a prophecy stating that if a group of 144.000 people would gather at sunrise, watching the sun come up in peace and harmony, holding hands, the bundling of positive energy could mean the start of world peace! Intrigued by this mysterious premonition I decided to take a closer look at Quantum Physics.

     

    In a nutshell it all comes down to the structuring of particles. It states that if one particle is more organized than another, the lesser organized particle will be structured in the same way as the more organized one once they meet. And even when they separate the restructured particle will act as its influencer. All of a sudden I saw a parallel with the awareness of the human mind.  When it’s less developed than another, it’s more open for ideas of stronger minded characters. And if those ideas are repeated continuously, the less developed mind is starting to believe in these ideas and begins to think in the same way as its influencer, in turn impacting other less developed people.

    I reflected on the matter.  Historically, it works like a charm if someone has a very bad, almost evil idea. Once launched, it will spread like wildfire. Take Hitler as an example. In no time almost the entire nation was supporting his philosophy and standing behind him, which had far-reaching consequences.  The same can be said about terrorist organisations. A conclusive proof that an action of one person can affect those of another, particularly in times of economic set back or other stressful times when people are more vulnerable; in essence it’s very easy to start a “snowball effect”, also confirmed by Quantum Physics.

    Fascinated by my findings, I concluded that the snowball effect works well as history proves, so far targeting evil and very bad practices. So why can’t it do exactly the same when the intention is good and full of love? Applying the saying “improve the world and start with yourself”, I started the Loveable Light initiative doing exactly that; making people aware of the working of Quantum Physics at the same time stimulating them to be more conscious about their everyday life and the powerful light within called love.

    The Theory of Quantum Physics became one of the cornerstones of the Jessie Golden Saga. The book series and the Loveable Light initiative are very closely connected and dear to my heart.  How it fits within the attempt of the protagonist of the book, Jessie Golden, to save humanity from total extinction you have to read for yourself. The first part Quest to the Unknown beat J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter for a brief moment on Amazon and gained number 1 international bestseller status. Only for a limited time available for $ 1,99 (kindle version) and $ 14,99 (paperback) on Amazon.

  • It’s always very interesting to look back and discover how things emerged. When I reflect on how I arrived to write the Jessie Golden Series, with part one Quest to the Unknown recently published, I can only conclude it’s there because another book isn’t! After years of hard work on my very first project – a novel based on my encounters with men in the dynamic business world -, I dropped it overnight due to some unforeseen circumstances that requested a complete rewrite of the story. Now was it coincidence or faith that led me into a different direction…..?!

    Disappointed, I set the book aside, enjoying my summer holidays, totally not expecting at all that I would be back to writing again so soon. What did happen? Shortly after my return, I was overwhelmed by the remarkable life of a psychic. Inspired by these shocking facts a fiction tale popped up in my head and the Jessie Golden Series was born. At the same time I decided that the series had to reflect something relevant, two subjects that always have been top of mind, i.e., why is the world a cesspool of corruption, violence and terror and could there be a link with the increasing number of natural disasters?

    Since I knew from the beginning the main lines of the series, I started my research into the world of the paranormal. I encountered some peculiar things, like the fact that a number of physics I interviewed stated independently of each other that a big natural disaster will occur in the future, leading to a complete clean up of this planet.  It made me wonder. Ever since I was a little child, I dreamed over and over again about a series of different disasters leading to something frightening which was never revealed in that dream. Now I never paid attention to these recurring dreams. However, in combination with the interesting Theory of Quantum Physics, I began to reflect on the matter.  It even led to the Loveable Light initiative and the awareness I would like to draw on the subject.

    As any other author I automatically also included other autobiographical elements in the plot, among other characters noticeable in the protagonist of the series, Jessie Golden, which didn’t go unnoticed.  In her pre-Alzheimer’s time my mother was so engaged in the story that she exclaimed at some point: “Why did you never introduce me to Carlos?” I had a big laugh out on that one and explained to her the character Jessie is pure fiction, despite some similarities.

    At present three books are finished, with two still to be completed in the series. In fact, I just started with part four, Living in destruction. To be continued!

  • In the second week of January I had my regular call with my publisher during which she shared the great news that my debut novel Quest to the Unknown beat J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter for a brief moment on the Amazon bestseller list. To be quite honest it didn’t register immediately. Only when we came to the end of our call, I thought: did she just say Harry Potter? When I addressed the topic again she confirmed what I could hardly believe: I did beat this incredible popular book.

    After I published this exciting news on Social Media, some people asked me what Quest to the unknown has in common with the famous series of J.K. Rowling. If you look at both books (“Drama and Play Anthologies”) there are indeed some similarities. Quest to the Unknown and Harry Potter are both based on fiction, there is a leading character on a mission, it’s a story told in different parts and there is way more to the story than meets the eye, particularly in the field of the paranormal. But that’s about it.

    Quest to the Unknown, part 1 in the Jessie Golden Saga, is set in today’s business world, not in a world of fantasy. The onset of climate changes and the increasing aggression in our society are the premise of the series. In the end it will lead to a global catastrophe of immense magnitude with only a few survivors left that need to build up a new life on a totally destructed planet. Basic conveniences such as electricity, mobile phone, Internet and so on will all be gone.

    Which brings me to the main differences between both books; while the Harry Potter tale for sure can’t happen in reality, Quest to the Unknown might actually occur theoretically, although I don’t hope so! The working of the Theory of Quantum Physics and the effects on our everyday life are certainly no fiction in my point of view (see the video’s I posted: Our Connection with the Earth and World peace and Quantum Physics). If people don’t discover what really matters in life and neglect to use the most powerful light within (called love) it could well be that in the very long run (I’m talking centuries!) something drastic might occur and the Earth will evolve, like it has done billions of years ago (i.e. Ice Age).

    Furthermore I deliberately chose a female as the heroine of the story instead of a male (i.e. Harry Potter in J.K. Rowling’s work), actually multiple females. Why did I do that? For the very simple reason that women today are very strong, developed and intelligent individuals and if I had to pick a protagonist, it better could be a female or even better, multiple females! But I am also convinced that the strong support of a male can bring out the best in a woman. Although the females in my story are strong enough to complete their mission alone, they’ll find strength in the support of some men, bringing everything back in balance again!