Three Months to Change
By Dinah Roseberry
Paperback & ebook, 208 Pages
September 26th 2018 by Visionary Living, Inc.
Lenora was changing...not in any frightening way. At least, not at first. There was the intense ability to shield herself from abuse that was very empowering. But her other senses had become heightened as well, and that’s when she’d begun seeing scenes from the past, and smoky mists inside her home.
Meeting Frankie in the midst of all this had been a wonderful treat—there weren’t many men who could stir her emotions as he was prone to do. Still, there was something strange about him, something she couldn’t put her finger on. Ah, well, desirable men with the air of mystery were compelling and fun. Weren’t they?
And what about Rex? She wasn’t sure. He was part of a fearsome family, making her wonder if such tales of werewolves and monsters were true. Just how did she fit in? And why would she even want to?
All she kept hearing, however, was that there were only a precious three months before a full change. Time was awastin’.
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An Interview with Three Months to Change Cover Model Angela Tallent
By Dinah Roseberry
I was very lucky finding just the right model for the cover of Three Months to Change. My actress/model daughter became my alter-ego as I moved through my writing process. I’d see one of her photo shoots and had fallen in love with a few of the images. I decided to ask her to be my cover and to answer some questions!
What brought you to modeling for my book cover?
It wasn’t the planned result of my photo shoots that brought me to the cover of Three Months to Change. Initially, I go into a session with an open mind and no expectations. Then something miraculous happens. There’s a connection between model and photographer that takes over the shoot. When the two bond, it’s like the magic of romance—and why so many spectacular romantic scenes find voice on the covers of books.
But how does that connection translate to my book?
The connection between the two people working can be so varied: by mood, by location, by circumstance… When this particular shoot was happening with Jesse Lynn Hare of Jessie Lynn Hare Photography, the feeling was all about romance and intrigue. She’d chosen the woods as the backdrop, and a bench as a prop. She’d asked me to dress in a flowing gown. Once there and “into” the shoot, the feeling around it was that of mystery and romance—of uncertainty, of a woman who had decisions to make but could not rely on her surroundings. But none of these things were spoken between us. There was, however, a link between us that held the feelings as part of the shoot.
How do you explain that the bench would be important in my book, in that it begins and ends the story, when you didn’t know about the storyline at the time of the shoot?
I cannot explain it. It’s synchronicity that draws all of us together. That’s the paranormal connection of the universe. The bond of photographer, model, and author: the coming together of serious skills that mold themselves into an entity—your book—that will live on forever and connect us as individuals. [She laughs] It was meant to be!
Do you have connections like this with all your camera people?
I’ve been very lucky and can say that I have. I’ve been part of all kinds of interesting and connected emotions. I’ve been in a zombie apocalypse, sported a gun as a private detective, shown the sides of a family woman…the list goes on. Some of that is my acting ability, some is the connection, and a lot involves the ability of the photographer to have an open mind and to see what no one else can see: the me at that moment. I love my photographers. I have heard others say that this has not always been their experience, and you can see this if you study the modeling images available out in the world—some show connection, some don’t. That’s no one’s fault. A connection is a divine thing. It’s what you strive for, but no one owes it to you.
Angela’s website is www.angelatallent.weebly.com. Drop by to see some of the other images that were taken when we chose the one we did for Three Months to Change.
About the Author
Dinah Roseberry has been an author of both nonfiction and fiction in the paranormal field for over thirty years. She is a paranormal investigator, certified hypnotist for past-life regression and alien abduction, and has studied and taught animal communications. A Tarot card and oracle reader for over twenty years, she has also created card decks and guidebooks that reflect her paranormal and mind/ body/spirit interests. Visit her website for more information about her titles and events: www.roseberrybooks.com.
Other paranormal nonfiction titles by Dinah Roseberry
Ghosts of Valley Forge and Phoenixville
Cape May Haunts: Elaine’s Haunted Mansion and Other Eerie Beach Tales
Spooky York, Pennsylvania
Spooky Creepy Baltimore County
The Ghost Hunters’ Tool Kit
Psychic Pets: Solving Paranormal Mysteries
Animals Impacting the World
First Light Tarot
Ufo & Alien Management: A Guide to Discovering, Evaluating, and Directing Sightings, Abductions, and Contactee Experiences
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