Monday, December 27, 2010

How I get the ideas for my novels

Its really not a question of how do I get the ideas, but rather how the ideas manifest. For instance, usually It starts with some random event that I refer to as a vision. whether I am asleep or awake. To explain more, I am a medium. I can be riding down the road in a car with someone, cooking in the kitchen or sound asleep. sequence of events appear to me that involve people that I have never seen before and places that I have never been. Such as in the case of murders. Its as if someone from the other side is trying to connect with me and the only way they can get me to take a look is to show me there last memories. To try and make sense of them or understand them is very emotional for me and it takes time to come to terms with what I have seen. It perplexes me that a lot of them do not show me where they are, no town names, no cities, and no states. Sometimes I see road signs or makes of cars and markers such as bridges, trains, gas stations and things like that, but never enough concrete information to know exactly where they are located or it it is a precognition of a event to come, or a event that has happened. I have not mastered the way to look deeper yet, but one day I will. If the visions that happen to me while I am riding in a car I usually will go with the area that I am in, assuming that the body is located there or the victim has some tie with the area or than there death. They are added to my novels by fitting in that particular area into the life of the main characters. I like to remind people that I am a very spiritual person and God plays a huge role in my everyday events, so the answer to am I filled with the devil, is no! A lot of spirits that come to me are just attracted by the light of my soul that shines bright and they are checking me out so to speak. I also add ghost stories that I am familiar with and the area that they come from, as I remember them and situations that I have been involved with in my lifetime. I usually know how a story is going to end long before it is done and sometimes before I even start writing it. To date I am working on 4 novels and have ideas for many more. There is one character that you will for sure find a hint of in every novel I ever write and that is Shane May T. Bellafonte. She was my first character and is based a lot on my life. I wrote my first novel "541 Hucklebee Hound" completely about her and some of the things I have gone through as well as visions added in and parts from people very close to me in real life. There seems to be a fine line between a author and a character in most situations. You will find this alot. I love to intertwine the real life events, common landmarks, well known areas, people I know and love, visions, true stories, ghost stories and fictional events into a spin of a story that holds the readers attention and leaves them wanting you to write more. I find it very interesting and it pushes me to keep going.  So enjoy anything I write, because I certainly put alot of heart and soul into writing it. As a base there is always a underlying message in my novels hidden between the pages and figured out when you have reached the end. I love when a reader figures that out and tell me! I hope each novel brings the readers some kind of understanding.
As I always am,
Laura Elizabeth

Saturday, December 18, 2010

Psychic/Medium; "Laura Elizabeth" Author of "541 Hucklebee Hound": Don't sweat the small stuff

Psychic/Medium; "Laura Elizabeth" Author of "541 Hucklebee Hound": Don't sweat the small stuff: "Everyday people get out of bed, go about their busy days, and throughout the day they find themselves worrying. About w..."

Laura Elizabeth

Don't sweat the small stuff

Everyday people get out of bed, go about their busy days, and throughout the day they find themselves worrying.  About what? Why? You cannot live your life worrying about what everyone thinks about you, what you are going to do because so and so doesn't like you, or how you are going to do or get anything. Worrying is not going to get you anywhere. Don't sweat the small stuff. Live your life for yourself and your family. It doesn't really matter how anyone else feels about you, or what you do, except for how you feel about about yourself, or what you do.  Set plans and goals for yourself. Spread smiles and love to everyone around you. If you are having trouble with someone from work, or a person who claims to be your friend, get them out of your life. Its your life and you set the rules. Take yourself out of situations that make you miserable. Life is what you make it. If nothing is working in your current situation, get out of it, change it up. Don't sweat the small stuff. Take a left at the fork in the road instead of a right. If your failing, you can't loose if you change routes. Make a list of positives in your life. Then make a list of negatives. 1 by 1 remove the negatives. Make a life poster or list of things you want to do or want to have. Put it where you can see it daily. Make positive decisions that push you to have what you want. Make your life what you want.  Just remember, don't sweat the small stuff, the dog, the fighting kids, and the cable bill. The drippy faucet, or the nasty people.  All small stuff, let it go, don't loose your temper, and get crabby.  Its not worth it. Ask your guides out loud to point you in the directions and open windows of you want.  Talking to your guides is very helpful. If you don't ask your guardian angel to help, how will they know where you want to be.  They wait for you to ask them, its there journey with you. Pray and find the way to be who you are supposed to be. Tell yourself everyday that you are strong, beautiful and ready for the change. Between positive thinking and getting the negativity out of your life you can achieve anything! ~

Blessings and light
 Laura Elizabeth

Sunday, December 12, 2010

541 Hucklebee hound

541 Hucklebee Hound is now available on B&N in paperback and newly released to Nook Book.  There are several ways to download, even to pc. It is also available on Amazon and other sites in paperback. take a look;

Laura Elizabeth