Sliding Down Moonbeams (Book of Life: 2) (Nonfiction) Linda Shelnutt

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Published: November 27th 2013

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287 pages


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Sliding Down Moonbeams (Book of Life: 2) (Nonfiction)  by  Linda Shelnutt

Sliding Down Moonbeams (Book of Life: 2) (Nonfiction) by Linda Shelnutt
November 27th 2013 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, RTF | 287 pages | ISBN: | 9.33 Mb

With books like this percolating in readers minds, reality games on Earth could be more fun.Famous for saying Mother Earth hates ecology and the heart loves cholesterol, Shelnutt is clearly not politically correct. A lighthearted rebel, shellMoreWith books like this percolating in readers minds, reality games on Earth could be more fun.Famous for saying Mother Earth hates ecology and the heart loves cholesterol, Shelnutt is clearly not politically correct.

A lighthearted rebel, shell take you places youve never been. The problem is returning.SLIDING DOWN MOONBEAMS lives up to its title. A zany ride through the ozone, the tale works around the humorous, sometimes poignant angles of a writers struggles with ebbing motivation.

A spirited mind traveler toying with quantum physics Shelnutt tickles the mind about why/how were here and where were going simultaneous to sending query letters to snort at or cheer for.Though SLIDING is a sequel to MOLASSES MOON, SLIDING can be read as a standalone book in the Visceral History category [which can vary in biography Vs memoir mode in mood, style, and content.].Visceral History is Shelnutts term for true stories told from the gut, as she notes:In process of publishing a few of these on Kindle, I began piecing together a code for this type of story using contrary talents.

Honed undercover since high school journalism class, the Visceral History votive had flamed when I first picked up a pen.The flame flashed when an afternoon class of clicking keys was stilled by a voice in terror bursting through the loudspeaker:“President John F.

Kennedy has been shot.”A presence of consuming silence overtook the world as high level shock spread across the globe hissing lightning strikes to heartbeats, slamming cultures out of time.Divine rhythm altered as momentum died. Each heart skipped, slowed, stopped, then speeded.A racing solitary spirit surged to weave magnetic words through the tear in time...From a memory tainted by now, paraphrase an opening in a high school newspaper article:Typing stopped.Talking ceased.Papers stalled in shuffle.Momentum paused in delays of next breaths.It was November 22, 1963...Using my current style of synaptic surfing I might type the first line [not sure if it’s better or worse], then continue syncopating some of the listed stops:Key clacking died.Fingertips hovered, stilled in shock.Forty Smith Corona’s chilled.Brain transmissions froze...As allowed by my VH Code, even though I don’t remember how many typewriters, or if the brand was Smith Corona, I guessed 40 and chose SC as an icon for the time.

If research brought up different facts, hopefully they would do as well in sparking close to the actual images for later day readers. If additional research couldnt be done, or if the facts werent accessible, these choices would serve to extend the essence of the story in words.Writing about different ways of collecting history makes me wonder:Though maybe not accessible through present human records, might each quantum in time own a continued presence...

possibly in God’s Record Books, or Akashi Fields?Maybe everything is saved somewhere in the cool preservation of darkness...Is lived history a precious commodity, second only to God and his collection of souls... which includes all of us, indeed all of existence?If Mya Gem and most [maybe all] human religions are right, Spirit is everywhere, in everything, emanating as one through all the above as created and directed by God.

Maybe we are one, separated only in time, for a purpose.



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