Paranormal Author Tells Other's Story After Finding Peace When Writing Her Own
South Carolina – Several years ago, with the help of a family friend and the support of her family, Melissa George put her story out to the public. This was a story of heartbreak, ill-health, fear, anger, and finally triumph. She tells a story of a family's struggle and the facing of a demon who had taken possession of their home. The family suffered for years and watched the paranormal become normal for them. After several house blessings, the family found peace and could sleep at night once again. Writing the book, Melissa found a closure that she did not think possible. After a few more books, one about the paranormal and a couple of Bigfoot books, Melissa knew what she had to do. She decided to help others tell their stories. She knew that if putting her story out for the public to read could help her in such a way, it would be the same for others.
Melissa has offered her keyboard as an outlet for those who have had terrifying encounters with the paranormal. Melissa has helped people tell their stories of Bigfoot, Black Eyed Kids, Dogman, and even of a paranormal investigator who was followed home by a dark entity. Melissa works with her client over a length of time that is conducive to their comfort level. She has a researcher that confirms the story with the others involved and asks the tough questions. There are questions that will be uncomfortable for people to answer, but having lived it herself, she understands. She works with the clients' pace and allows it to be a form of therapy for them. So far, the people who have allowed Melissa to tell their stories have been happy with the results of the book, as well as their mental state.
Learn more at http://www.melissageorge.net
Melissa George is available for interviews, advice, and certain speaking engagements upon request. Melissa is also taking more book submissions at the moment. If you are interested in scheduling an interview, reviewing a digital copy of her books, or submitting your story, you can contact Cari at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (864) 280-7145