“Turn it Over to God” today at 3 pm ET, The Love Channel Radio Show with host Pamela Cummins. — White Sage Woman

Goldylocks Productions Presents The Love Channel Show with Pamela Cummins. Today, Wednesday, 24 August 2016 at 3 pm ET. The High Priestess of Love, Pamela Cummins, can assist you in your love life, relationships, self-growth, and dream interpretation. She works with Angels and Guides and uses her psychic abilities of clairaudience, clairsentience, and clairvoyance to […]

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In the Dreamtime: The Secret Language of Dreams

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Go Inside the Secret Language of Dreams to Understand the Messages of the Nighttime. Get Pamela’s new book, on sale now!

Welcome to In the Dreamtime! For my forty first column, I would like to take a different approach than I usually do for this column and announce my new book Learn the Secret Language of Dreams. This book couldn’t have happened without this column because a large percentage of the dreams and interpretations are from the columns. Although, I have clients and my personal dreams in the book as well.

pamela cuminsThis book draws upon my twenty five year journey of studying and helping my clients with dream communication. I spent a few weeks going through the columns to find different styles of dreams to go into the correct chapters for each dream category. The reason for this is described in the second paragraph of the dream book description:

Symbolism in dreams is not a “one size fits all.”  One symbol can mean many things. In order to understand the nature of dream symbolism more clearly, you will~ Read the rest at Bellesprit Magazine

Today at 3 pm ET, Marla Martenson is the Special Guest on The Love Channel Show with host Pamela Cummins. — White Sage Woman

Goldylocks Productions Presents The Love Channel Show with Pamela Cummins. Today, Wednesday, 17 August 2016 at 3 pm ET. The High Priestess of Love, Pamela Cummins, can assist you in your love life, relationships, self-growth, and dream interpretation. She works with Angels and Guides and uses her psychic abilities of clairaudience, clairsentience, and clairvoyance to […]

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How Writing a List Can Manifest Your Soul Mate

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Dear Pamela:

I often hear that singles should make a list of the qualities of what we desire in our soul mate to help materialize a relationship.  My question to you is shouldn’t God already know what I‘m looking for and what is best for me?

Thank you, Ruby

Dear Ruby:

For some reason I am hearing Carol King sing her song “So Far Away.”  This song relates to your feeling that a soul mate is far away and never coming. I feel great sadness within you that needs to be let go of so joy may come into your life. You are tired of waiting for your partner. But what you don’t understand is that you’re blocking a soul mate from coming into your life; by your lack of faith, looking for Prince Charming to rescue you, and not being happy with your present circumstances in life. I heard Aretha’s song “Rescue me,” please understand that a soul mate will not to save you like Prince Charming. You need to save yourself!

Yes, God knows what is best for us ~ Read the rest at Bellesprit Magazine

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Topic— Easy Does It and Be Patient. Today at 3 pm ET, The Love Channel Radio Show with host Pamela Cummins. White Sage Woman

Goldylocks Productions Presents The Love Channel Show with Pamela Cummins, Today, Wednesday, 10 August 2016 at 3 pm ET. The High Priestess of Love, Pamela Cummins, can assist you in your love life, relationships, self-growth, and dream interpretation. She works with Angels and Guides and uses her psychic abilities of clairaudience, clairsentience, and clairvoyance to […]

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Authoring a Book is Like Being Pregnant and Giving Birth

Birth BookOkay, I admit the picture is a little silly; yet most authors will agree pregnancy is a great analogy of what it feels like when they are writing, editing, and preparing to release their book. Just like a human pregnancy, authoring a book can cause some discomfort and at times, pain. A book comes into being through baby steps: an ideal, notes or an outline, allowing the book to form as we write, editing, rewriting, editing, rewriting, more editing and rewriting …, finding the perfect cover, formatting the book layout, and lo and behold – the birth of your book.

Unless you’re Mother Mary, any type of pregnancy cannot be done alone; although ~ Read the rest at Pamela’s Dream Blog

You Will Love Jan Romes’ Romance Books

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I am so honored to have been able to interviewed Jan Romes for my blog.  She writes sweet romance, which is a reflection of who she is. This romance junkie cannot get enough of her books! I bet you will feel the same way, too. Thank Goodness, she has so many to choose from as you can see from the graphic above done by Lisette Brodey. Warning, you just can’t read one!🙂

Jan Romes - formal picHi, Pamela! It’s a joy to be here. Thank you so much for the interview. Talking about my love for books and writing is one of my favorite things to do. So fire away with the questions.

Q: How, when, and why did you start writing?

A: This question makes me dig deep. I’ve been a serious daydreamer for as long as I can remember. I’d make up stories in my head and they’d always have a happy ending. One thing that sets the romance genre apart from some of the other genres is that it requires a happy-ever-after or a happy-for-now ending, so writing romance was a good fit for me. I also write women’s fiction with elements of romance. It was exciting to put those stories down on paper (or the computer) and get them out of my head so I could go on to the next one. My first book was published by The Wild Rose Press in 2011.

Q: Why did you choose to write the romance genre?

A: I’m a hopeless romantic who believes in the gushy, googley-eyed, heart-pounding chemistry between two people – true soul mates who discover they can’t live without each other despite what internal and external conflicts try to keep them apart.

Q: How do you get your ideas and characters for your books?

A: My sister-in-law asks the same question after she finishes my latest book. I just smile and say that my mind never stops (physically, that’s a good thing…lol!). I tease her, but there’s truth at the heart of the comment. My thoughts are always in hyper-mode. I think it’s that way for most writers. One story stops and another starts. I grew up in a large family (six sisters and two brothers). When you’re entrenched with that many siblings and their different personalities you get a treasure trove of ideas to draw from.

Q: Your book No Sweat Pants Allowed – Wine Club is women’s fiction. Was the process any different and/or more challenging than romance?

A: It was a special challenge, for sure. Instead of two main characters I had four. It took a lot of organization to keep the details and personality traits straight. In place of physical intimacy, like I’d write in a romance, I had to construct a different kind of intimacy that unique to best friends. The conflicts I threw at them also had to be distinctive. It wasn’t harder or easier to write women’s fiction, it was just unlike anything I’d tried before.

Q: Why did you decide to publish some of your books through publishers, while others are self-published?

A: Excellent question, Pamela. I’m what’s known as a hybrid author; small-press published and self-published. There are upsides to both paths. I like the security of a publisher. They call the shots as to when it’s published, make the final decision on the cover art, assume the cost of editing and formatting, and have greater marketing power. With self-publishing the responsibility for all of those things, including getting the copyright and ISBN’s belong to me. I like the freedom to decide the cost of my books and when they’ll be available to the public. Since I don’t like to put all my metaphorical eggs in one basket, I’m happy to be a hybrid. Each author has to decide what they want from their writing and publishing experience.

Q: Do you have any upcoming projects?

A: I’m happy to say that today I just finished writing and editing, Sipping Sangria – book #2 in my Wine and Sweat Pants series (women’s fiction). Book #3 will begin soon. I also have an idea for a three-book romantic suspense series and hope to get that underway in early 2017.

You can follow Jan here:

www.authorjanromes.com

www.jantheromancewriter.blogspot.com

www.twitter.com/JanRomes

www.facebook.com/jan.romes5

www.goodreads.com/author/show/5240156.Jan_Romes

 

Jacob Cooper’s Interview on The Love Channel Radio Show with host Pamela Cummins. — White Sage WomanToday at 3 pm ET

Goldylocks Productions Presents The Love Channel Show with Pamela Cummins. Today, Wednesday, 27 July 2016 at 3 pm ET. The High Priestess of Love, Pamela Cummins, can assist you in your love life, relationships, self-growth, and dream interpretation. She works with Angels and Guides and uses her psychic abilities of clairaudience, clairsentience, and clairvoyance to […]

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Dreams Are Weird Enough Without Adding Technology

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Did you know that our dreams can be affected by our environment? When you are sleeping and Mother Nature is calling, you could dream about looking for a toilet or every stalls are taken in a public bathroom. If your neighbor is playing loud music that could make you dream about being at a rock concert or night club.

The technology we use also will appear in our dreams. I love to tweet, in fact, if you are on Twitter please follow me at @RevPamela and I will follow you back. I have quite a few dreams about Twitter! I dreamed of having~ Read the rest at Pamela’s Dream Blog