Myles Murchison

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Liars, when they're not good at it, drop visual clues. Downcast eyes, lack of animation. Even their breathing changes. Then again, some people can lie in your eye and smile while they're at it. Sometimes they don't even know they're lying: they just want to believe they wouldn't hurt a fly or that it's always snowing in Canada.

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Walking In

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Walking In (Science Fiction & Fantasy)
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Description: Walking In is a New Age comedy about walk-ins, angels, auras, karma, love, sex and E.T. 101. It’s about Joanna who believes she is Deevorrah, a fifth-dimensional spirit from the star system Pleiades. Is she really? Or is she crazy? She wants to create heaven on earth but why is she fleeing in a stolen bus with an armed felon, chased by a new lover and half the cops in northwest America. Will she transmute the planet or simply lose what’s left of her mind? THE EXCERPT begins as Eve St. John rushes to her mother's home, concerned for her mother's condition. Joanna Ludman has lost her husband in an accident, perhaps a suicide, and Joanna has taken to reading strange magazines promoting soul exchanges and extraterrestrial walk-ins. As it turns out, Joanna had agreed to relinquish her body to Devorrah, a fifth-dimentional spirit from the Pleiades star system who has come to our planet to help enlist the critical mass required to transmute heaven on earth. Complications arise with Joanna, at the last minute, decides to take pharmaceutical drugs to attempt suicide.
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Myles Murchison Myles Murchison, born in England, raised on the Canadian prairies, now resides in the sunny beach community of White Rock, British Columbia. He began his career at the Winnipeg Free Press newspaper, later worked in radio where his documentary work received the Edward R. Murrow Award, the first Canadian to receive the honor. After working in advertising and marketing, he turned his hand to magazine writing and his stories were honored by the National Magazine Awards, the Western Canadian Magazine Awards, and British Columbia's prestigious Jack Webster Foundation. His plays and musicals have been performed throughout Canada and the U.K. His first novel, an occult mystery, The Deathless, was published by Ballantine Books (Random House, New York). His new book available online is Walking In, an inspiring New Age comedy.


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