My new book, The Dream Handbook, will be published by Hachette (Australia) on 1 February and by Piatkus (UK) on 22 February, so I’m getting into book launch frame of mind. If you already have my last book, Dream Alchemy, a much-loved classic first published in 2003, you’ll discover that The Dream Handbook is an
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I woke up in the middle of the night remembering a discussion I had with Veronica, a school friend, on a bus trip sometime during my early teens. “Is time a straight line, an endless cycle of circles, or a spiral?” she asked, drawing invisible lines, circles, and spirals in the air with a sweep of
What’s your calling? When did you first realise it? Or are you still listening, or waiting for all your stars to align and open the way? Earlier this month I dreamed I was standing on a hilltop, looking down at a stunningly beautiful peninsula, all golden and glowing. Furthest away, at the tip, was the
The moment has come to step out on stage and perform in front of an audience but you haven’t prepared. Worse than this, you know zilch. It’s a common dream theme, and you’ve probably had a variation of it at some point in your life. What did you make of it? How did you relate
My guest, Karen, had a dream about discovering a hidden library filled with eclectic books and antiquities downstairs in her house. As she wondered who created it and why it wasn’t being used, she became lucid to her dream and lamented that the library – like all the extra rooms she has discovered over the
I’m delighted to announce that Hachette have just published my book, Dream Alchemy, in digital format, available as an instant download from: Amazon as a Kindle Book, iTunes as an iBook, and at GoogleBooks. Also available in paperback here. Enjoy and do please share! Thank you.
What have Robert Louis Stevenson, Stephen King, and Stephanie Myer got in common? They’re world famous authors, they’ve written dark novels (horror or vampires), and they share similar names. But that’s not all. They’ve each based at least one of their books on a dream. Stephanie Myer had written a chapter here and there over