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Helen Noble

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Helen writes from the heart to engage the mind and assuage the soul. Her writing reflects her interest in the darker aspects of the human psyche and the resilience of the human spirit.

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Tears of a Phoenix

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The Glass Cliff

From 'Scorpio Moons' published by Soul Rocks Books in August 2014
(c) Helen Noble


Location: The State of Kind (formerly the United Kingdom) Date: 2060 AD

‘We are on the edge of the abyss. We can no longer continue in the ways of the past. The future lies ahead; and the way forward is sparklingly clear from the brink of this glass cliff. There is nothing for us to return to, no limit on the possib... Read more of this blog post »
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