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In honor of Veteran's Day, here is the newest book trailer for "Joan of Arc, The Mystic Legacy". She is the patron saint of French and American soldiers! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4znjs... Joan of Arc The Mystic Legacy by Marcia Quinn Noren Read more of this blog post »
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message 15: by Maureen

Maureen Mullis Hi Marcia! Thank you for adding this fellow author into your circle of friends here on Goodreads. I hope you'll add my novels including the cozy mysteries (What Would Nancy Do?, Lethal Prescription), In the Company of Women, The Christmas to Remember and Finding Normal to your to-read list. I look forward to reading your book reviews and recommendations. Happy reading!


message 14: by Marcia

Marcia Noren Nell wrote: "Hi Marcia,

So many thanks for your thrilling review of My Imaginary Life - you've just made my day!"


Nell, your wonderful book made my month! What a pleasure it is to discover an author whose books I truly anticipate reading. May you remain prolific, for many years to come.


message 13: by Nell

Nell Grey Hi Marcia,

So many thanks for your thrilling review of My Imaginary Life - you've just made my day!


message 12: by Nell

Nell Grey Marcia Quinn wrote: "Nell wrote: "Hello Marcia, thanks for the lovely rating for Solitary Pleasures, so glad you enjoyed it."

Truly my pleasure, Nell! I am composing a review, but want to make certain..."


A super review, Marcia - thanks so much! And perhaps we'll walk with Spike along a path or two of Mattie's adventure one day.


message 11: by Marcia

Marcia Noren Nell wrote: "Hello Marcia, thanks for the lovely rating for Solitary Pleasures, so glad you enjoyed it."

Truly my pleasure, Nell! I am composing a review, but want to make certain I do your book justice! Your writing inspires me, my dear. Would love to visit your neck of the woods, the next time I'm in the UK (may it be soon.)


message 10: by Nell

Nell Grey Hello Marcia, thanks for the lovely rating for Solitary Pleasures, so glad you enjoyed it.


message 9: by Nell

Nell Grey I really enjoyed it, Marcia, and it's made me want to read more about her. It's odd that there are no descriptions of her actual physical appearance - only her bearing. That could suggest that she was neither beautiful nor ugly. Certain documentary evidence seems to raise questions that seem to have plausible answers - depending on how one's mind works. I can see how writers interpreted her words, motives and actions in ways so different from each other.


message 8: by Marcia (last edited Jan 27, 2012 08:40AM)

Marcia Noren Nell, thank you so much for posting your finely crafted, concise review of Joan of Arc: The Mystic Legacy


message 7: by Nell

Nell Grey Marcia Quinn wrote: "Thanks Nell, I'll get that paper sent to you right away!"

Thanks Marcia, I'll look forward to reading.

Finished Joan of Arc: The Mystic Legacy - a fascinating read - I've left you a review.


message 6: by Nell

Nell Grey Marcia Quinn wrote: "Nell wrote: "Marcia, I'm touched and flattered by your words - I've noticed a tarot book among your favorites too - perhaps we're kindred spirits.

I'd love to suggest you read [book:My Imaginary..."


They're only available on Kindle. I have an opf file I could send you - good for Mobi, but I'm not sure what sort of file is needed for Nook.

I've studied Kabbalah too, but not in any great depth. I must look look up Jeanne d'Arc and the Exiled Shechinah - it sounds fascinating.


Marcia Noren Nell wrote: "Marcia, I'm touched and flattered by your words - I've noticed a tarot book among your favorites too - perhaps we're kindred spirits.

Nell, studying the Tarot and Tree of Life many years ago led to a deeper interest and many years of reading books on Kabbalah (Kabbala, Qabala, it's spelled many different ways.) Published a very esoteric paper, "Jeanne d'Arc and the Exiled Shechinah" that found its way into many websites, including Rav Berg's, which I very much appreciated. I love spending time in the UK and just canceled my plans to be there in May, due to prioritizing the book launch now, in 2012, the 600th anniversary of Joan of Arc's birth. A novel set in Wales would be "just right" for this moment!

I'd love to suggest you read [book:My Imaginary Life|1311074..."



Marcia Noren Nell wrote: "Marcia, I'm touched and flattered by your words - I've noticed a tarot book among your favorites too - perhaps we're kindred spirits.

I'd love to suggest you read [book:My Imaginary Life|1311074..."


Any chance these might be available in Epub format or PDF? I don't own a Kindle but have Nook Color eReader.


message 3: by Nell

Nell Grey Marcia, I'm touched and flattered by your words - I've noticed a tarot book among your favorites too - perhaps we're kindred spirits.

I'd love to suggest you read My Imaginary Life, which is about a woman's obsession with a poet. There are some explicit passages but these were not written to be erotic - I believe they're essential to show the nature of the relationship. If you'd prefer something that covers a wider range of writing, Solstice is a collection of twelve short stories, some with a slightly pagan/witchy flavour.


Marcia Noren Hello Nell,

After taking a look at your profile page, enjoying your direct quotes, noticing your reading preferences and comments I thought, "I want to be this woman's friend." Thank you for leaving this note for me. Lovely to meet you.

Now that I have time to enjoy reading novels again, which of your books would you suggest that I begin with?


message 1: by Nell

Nell Grey Thanks for the friendship, Marcia. Joan of Arc: The Mystic Legacy looks very appealing and just the sort of book I enjoy. I've added it to my TBR shelf. Have a lovely evening.

Nell


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