About The Author
Michele DeLuca is an award-winning veteran journalist with a fascination for all matters of life and death.
Her first novel, "Forever More: A Love Story from the Edge of Eternity," examines the topic of living beyond this existence in a manner that is unimaginably love-filled and joyful.
Of her novel she writes: "So many stories affirm what the sages have said since time began: There are many pathways to the divine and to those waiting for us in the beyond. That's what I have read and heard in the hundreds of reports I've encountered from people who have shared about their "near-death experiences," each story unique but impossibly similar. Those who have returned to life with such revelations can't be making it up, nor can they be imagining the way their lives are profoundly changed after such experiences occur.
She continues on that theme with this: "As a journalist, my work is based upon the stories people tell me and what they believe is their truth. In the newsroom, I collect those stories and words and share them as part of the news of the day. But, at the end of the day, I believe the most life-changing stories are told by those who come back from the beyond. Such stories tease us with the possibilities of peace and love, and give us a reason to be hopeful that there is much more beyond this life -- that there is forever, more."
DeLuca's second book "Gifts Yet to Open," is a memoir detailing her lessons with a renowned psychic, Carol Ann Liaros, on how to access intuitive gifts -- gifts Liaros believes we all possess but which sometimes remain un-opened. DeLuca compares her time in Liaros's classes to a real-life Hogwarts Academy, and her life was forever changed by the time she spent learning to use skills she never dreamed she possessed.