“The demon still just stood there,
neither speaking nor moving.
What does he want? Why is he here?”
—Into the Temporal Mind (2017)
Do blondes have more fun in life? The blonde, Joanna Cooperman, in this story finds herself in the crosshairs of good versus evil and the lines that divide them are blurred to where she must go through hell to find reality of life.
Into the Temporal Mind is inspired by actual events; played out with fictional characters and fictional places, that will reel you into a real-world search for contentment in life. The story is written in a form of a novella with all of its condensed and intriguing storyline. It is not meant to give advice on treatment but to give a view of the main character’s travel along a path that many thought or some perhaps even hoped for her failure. The story is to show how hope in day to day living with challenges can make a change possible.
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"For those dealing with Bi-polarism, this book reflects the self doubts experienced on a daily basis and the courage it takes to endure. Finding the right counselor, and hopefully the right friends, can be a challenge, but it's a challenge which can be met with God's help and faith in His love, as Ms. Allsun has so wonderfully illustrated. I hope that Ms. Allsun will continue Joanna's adventures in future novels."
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Arrival in St. Charles, life lived or squished like a bug—what was the intent? Click image for a Snippet.
Seeing, feeling, hearing respect—there are no better images to leave with the senses, than respect toward others. Click image for a Snippet.
A demon, and Joanna dressed in her Cop Halloween costume cross paths…results are true and unbelievable! Click image for a Snippet.