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Character Spotlight ~ Author KT King joins me to shine the spotlight on a character from her book, Little Eden @KTKINGbooks #amreading

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Staying in with KT King

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come and join Linda Hill and myself as we stay in with a copy of Little Eden and some melt in the mouth batch of Mrs B’s scones! The recipe is in the back of the book along with squidgy brownies, traditional Arval Bread, ginger snap cookies and carrot cake muffins!

Lucy and Sophie will love to see you in the Daisy Place Cafe Bookshop, come join us this weekend for a thrilling, cosy and enlightening weekend staying in!

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Little Eden Book One

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It’s New Year’s Day 2012, Little Eden, London, England. The handsome and diffident Robert Bartlett-Hart starts the new year faced with with the biggest crisis of his life.

Struggling between family loyalties old and new, Robert, with the help of his loyal friends, a couple of saints and a Lama or two, must unravel past lives, access other dimensions and open his mind to a whole new world. But, will he survive long enough to do the right thing or will the dark-forces take him down?

Whatever happens, there’ll always be plenty of tea and cake!

Little Eden is a Magic Book. Thank you for purchasing your wisdom at Daisy Place!

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ibooks Book Review Little Eden

Here is a book review from one of my dear readers who took the time to let us know what she thought of Little Eden!

Love this book, it drew me in from the very first chapter. I want to live in Little Eden and wile away the hours in the beautiful Daisy Place Cafe Bookshop, enjoying afternoon tea (Mrs B’s recipes in the back are delicious and easy to make, especially the chocolate brownies – which my husband says are the best ever – and the ginger snap cookies are so popular with my run group I have to make them nearly every week.

Loved the change of pace and atmosphere. The story was unpredictable and not at all what you would expect.

The first part is cosy the second part is really thrilling!

Not sure which I fancy more, Jack or Robert, I keep changing my mind!

My favourite character is Lucy because I can relate to her the most, she wants to help and support everyone around her.

It’s a spiritual book but you don’t have to be into any of that to enjoy it and if you want to know more about past lives or crystals etc the wiki-links are a great source of extra info.

I used the iTunes links off the blog to have the soundtrack in the background as I read – plus eating cake as well! It’s really like you can be inside the book.

I bought a couple of the crystal bracelets off KT’s Etsy shop for friends this Christmas.

I would recommend this book to anyone and everyone. Can’t wait for book two!

AKD on ibooks

To see more reviews or to download your own copy or buy a copy for a friend, please click below!

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A little about me-self

KT King Author of Little Eden

I was born in East Yorkshire in 1973 and for my sins, in Hull.

It took a trip to the other side of the world to wake up my spiritual self. So, I thank Uluru for that!

I went to university in Lancaster and Cambridge and have worked near Lyon, France, in Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne, Australia. When I look back, the places I have been have never been a co-incidence but all links in a chain that lead me to today.

Back in East Yorks, I spent many years in Beverley, a pilgrimage site and walled town, on which the idea of Little Eden is based. In those days, I went by the name Kate Hare.

Aged 40 the Chronic Fatigue hit me like a railroad train, along with a huge dose of 2012 earth energy to boot. I lost my business as a complimentary therapist and teacher. I lost my home, my income and my independence too.

Back at my parents house, I spent two solid years in bed. Then, slowly, very slowly I have been a little better over the last few years. Constantly hit by Earth ascension symptoms and doing lots of ascension jobs (unpaid I might add) has not led to being able to function much when the CFS and Fibromyalgia constants flare up. You get no state benefit for CFS and certainly non for being a light worker!

I know many others who have suffered for the earth ascension, and over 250 thousand of us suffer with CFS in the U.K. alone, if you are one of them…kudos, respect and huge hug for you! There are links on my blog for support on all the issues raised inter novel. I hope to help raise awareness and promote understanding of CFS through the series of Little Eden Novels.

So, out of tragedy and loss comes two Prayer Books and a debut novel…

Just hoping there are enough of you wonderful earth angels out there to buy my books to provide a roof over my head and food on my human belly till it’s time to go home.

Why am I qualified to write about enlightenment and ascension if I am unwell? The myth that well, successful and rich people are closer to the divine is rather an odd theory. Earthly appearances are often very deceptive. Spirituality which appeals to human ego fears of flight and fight are missing the whole point of spirituality.

I have downloaded ascension keys for the new matrix, re-written old codes and translated them, so that, they can resonate at the higher vibrations of post 2012.

How?

That’s extremely hard to explain, so let’s just say, if you understand energy you’ll understand what I am saying, if you are wanting to know more…my series of ascension novels will eventually explain it all!

Thanks so much for reading, please follow and share and help me spread the light and help highlight CFS.

Love KT

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Chronic fatigue Syndrome

In my new novel, Little Eden, out later this year, one of my main characters has CFS just as I do. In the book, Sophie Lawerence has had to give up her home, her job and all she had worked for and go back to live with her sister in Little Eden. I know personally what this is like, to lose everything and have to rely on the charity of family to survive, without whom I would be homeless and by now dead. I wanted to show that all of us who suffer with CFS are worthy of Love and can still be useful in society and make a contribution – not matter how small. I have suffered with it for 25 years with 3 major relapses and I am currently still unable to work more than a few hours a month. I have found solace in my writing and hope that Sophie can raise awareness of the condition but also be a beacon of hope – when helped by others – anyone with a disability can regain some sense of self-worth which they are stripped of when the disability is not considered worthy of state aid and when it is hidden to outsiders.

Be kind to those is distress for it is only by the grace of God it is them and not you who suffers….

Here is an article giving some basic and quick information about the condition…click on the link

https://www.healthline.com/health/chronic-fatigue-syndrome#outlook