Having suggested that there should be a GMTA UK Authors' Section, I have finally found some time to actually write something ! If any of you read my 'Author Posts' on my recent 'Virtual Tour' for my supernatural crime thriller 'CRY OF THE MACHI A Suffolk Murder Mystery' - you will have concluded that I have strong feelings about the 'paranormal' which is a term that broadly covers that huge area (attached on to life) that divides people between those who are fascinated by it and others who are afraid and regard the 'unexplained' as something of a taboo not to be tampered with.
I have personally experienced strange inexplicable phenomena and, being one of the 'fascinated', have included the supernatural in much of my writing. Indeed it features largely in my novels published by GMTA. I will enlarge upon some of my experiences in due course. They do not all involve humans !
Generally, I find it impossible to accept that things which we do not understand can be dismissed by the 'sceptics' as rubbish. So, therefore, I would welcome views upon this whole matter which encompasses life, death, the past, present and future - within this world or, indeed, across the entire concept of the cosmos. Much of this was confronted by ancient peoples. Maybe we might engineer a fruitful debate within our humble writers' community.
The British Isles, in particular, are rich in ghostly happenings ! I hope to hear your thoughts.
I love the paranormal! I also love your book "Cry of the Machi" of course I do or else I would not have published it. I have to say, to any of the rest of you out there, that Alan is an amazing author! You all should check out his book and let me know if you're interested and I'll be glad to send you an e-copy to read!