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Rare Atmosphere memoir by Rachelle Rogers

Rare Atmosphere

An Extraordinary Inter-dimensional Affair of the Heart

In this rare metaphysical excursion, seasoned writer Rachelle Rogers explores the synergy between inner and outer realms, past and present; a richly poetic journey that reflects the beauty and resilience of the human spirit.Mindy Lewis, author of Life Inside: A Memoir

…An unusual, touching account of a woman’s search for self-acceptance.Kirkus Reviews

Many more of us have had an experience of an altered reality than have had the courage to write about it, and few who have written of their metaphysical journey have done so as honestly and convincingly as Rogers… —Peggy Tabor Millin, author of Women, Writing, and Soul-Making: Creativity and the Sacred Feminine

When, at age fifty-nine, Rachelle Rogers was told in a channeled conversation about a man she didn’t know, yet felt she’d been waiting for all her life, it initiated an extraordinary six year inter-dimensional affair of the heart. The rich tapestry of events, which unfolds through ongoing conversations with angelic beings affectionately called The Dead Guys, weaves through a world of classical music, poetic inspiration, synchronistic interludes, and unexpected landscapes including Paris, Provence, and the Caribbean island of Saint Martin.

In an authentic and lyrical voice, Rare Atmosphere recounts a story of passion, vision, and the courage to quest for a grander truth.
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Possoons

Contemporary Short Stories

Rachelle Roger’s bailiwick is the dram of magic that makes life bearable when romance disappoints. She deals in the heavenly intercession, the unaccountable coincidence, the sudden surge of whimsy that sends dependable people off on flights of fancy that bewilder their loved ones. The stories in Possoons are wise, funny, and uplifting, and I highly recommend them. ―Susan Hasler, author of Intelligence

The delicately crafted and often sassy stories in Possoons examine the mystery and magic of the heart, the courage to love, the willingness, if necessary, to fail, and the ultimate triumph of taking the risk. ―Phillip Gardner, author of Someone To Crawl Back To

The engaging stories in POSSOONS explore, with both quirky humor and poignancy, the ever-evolving landscapes of the heart. Characters from twenty to sixty, male and female, gay and straight, substantial and ethereal navigate relationship, love, and loss. In “Not About Tahiti,” a housewife who yearns to visit the South Seas cultivates a tropical paradise around her husband’s recliner. In “Harry Meets The Goddess,” a divorced car salesman fantasizes about writing letters to Penthouse, but gets more than he ever dreamed of when a goddess named Lu materializes in the front seat of his Oldsmobile. In “Possoons,” a woman tries to make sense of the fact that her perfect lover left because he was too happy. And in “Restoration,” a painter who has been unable to touch brush to canvas since the death of his partner finds creative resurrection. These and the other stories in this collection will evoke a laugh, a tear, and perhaps new possibilities to ponder.
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Possoons, Stories by Rachelle Rogers
Possoons, Stories by Rachelle Rogers

Possoons

Contemporary Short Stories

Rachelle Roger’s bailiwick is the dram of magic that makes life bearable when romance disappoints. She deals in the heavenly intercession, the unaccountable coincidence, the sudden surge of whimsy that sends dependable people off on flights of fancy that bewilder their loved ones. The stories in Possoons are wise, funny, and uplifting, and I highly recommend them. ―Susan Hasler, author of Intelligence

The delicately crafted and often sassy stories in Possoons examine the mystery and magic of the heart, the courage to love, the willingness, if necessary, to fail, and the ultimate triumph of taking the risk. ―Phillip Gardner, author of Someone To Crawl Back To

The engaging stories in POSSOONS explore, with both quirky humor and poignancy, the ever-evolving landscapes of the heart. Characters from twenty to sixty, male and female, gay and straight, substantial and ethereal navigate relationship, love, and loss. In “Not About Tahiti,” a housewife who yearns to visit the South Seas cultivates a tropical paradise around her husband’s recliner. In “Harry Meets The Goddess,” a divorced car salesman fantasizes about writing letters to Penthouse, but gets more than he ever dreamed of when a goddess named Lu materializes in the front seat of his Oldsmobile. In “Possoons,” a woman tries to make sense of the fact that her perfect lover left because he was too happy. And in “Restoration,” a painter who has been unable to touch brush to canvas since the death of his partner finds creative resurrection. These and the other stories in this collection will evoke a laugh, a tear, and perhaps new possibilities to ponder.
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A Love Apart a novel by Rachelle Rogers

A Love Apart

A Literary Romance for our Time

Informed by the classic and tragic love affair of Heloise and Abelard, A Love Apart presents in lyric language and intelligent characterization, the idea that a profound spiritual love is a force that will not be denied. Using reincarnation, magic realism, and a medium’s prescience, the novel explores that most perplexing of ideas: what makes you fall in love with someone? The story of the past love as it pertains to the present is like a literary pentimento—time fades to reveal beneath the surface story the beautiful and tragic one written 800 years before. And in this modern time something fine and carefully crafted is salvaged from love’s sorrow. —Gail Adams, author of The Purchase of Order

A Love Apart is an evocative and lush exploration of the internal and external landscapes of love and desire, in which the historical and contemporary intersect and intertwine in ways both surprising and intriguing. —Janice Eidus, author of The Celibacy Club

What would happen if Heloise and Abelard, the tragic 12th century French lovers, found their way back to each other today? Who might they be? What might they remember? What might be unresolved within them and between them? How might they choose to “do it differently?” In a contemporary and expansive twist on one of history’s most enduring epistles of shattered love, A Love Apart tells the story of Lily, a poet, and Julian, a painter who find themselves in “no ordinary love affair.”
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