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C.L. Talmadge
Author C.L. Talmadge writes political columns under the byline Candace Talmadge for The North Star National. She is also now writing about the link between the paranormal and spirituality for Unexplained-Mysteries.com.While still a teenager, Talmadge met Helen, the first-generation heroine of her... show more

Author C.L. Talmadge writes political columns under the byline Candace Talmadge for The North Star National. She is also now writing about the link between the paranormal and spirituality for Unexplained-Mysteries.com.While still a teenager, Talmadge met Helen, the first-generation heroine of her speculative fiction, the Green Stone of Healing(R) series. Helen marched into Talmadge's thoughts and daydreams and took over as the most outspoken of the many characters that the future novelist dreamed of bringing to life between the covers.Talmadge's career as a professional writer began in 1976 as associate editor of The Suffolk County News. She has been a fulltime staff writer at or freelanced for numerous media that include Adweek, Business Week, the Dallas Times Herald, Forbes, the International Herald Tribune, The New York Times, and Reuters America.Talmadge also is familiar with the intimate link between spirituality, energy, and healing. In 1999, she published non-fiction about emotional and spiritual healing resolution based on the Sunan method of working in the energy of human consciousness.This book, Hope is in the Garden: Healing Resolution Through Unconditional Love, provides an expanded definition of energy that demonstrates the connection between matter, spirit, heart, and mind.To write her multigenerational novel, Talmadge delved into her own past lives and those of her family, friends, clients, and acquaintances. The fictionalized result is the Green Stone of Healing(R) saga.Talmadge resides in Texas with her partner and editor, Jana L. Simons.
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Literary Escapism
Literary Escapism rated it 15 years ago
I’m actually starting to enjoy this series. When I was reading The Vision, I wasn’t sure about the plot setup and the various characters, but the more I get into the series, the over arcing plot is being fleshed out and it’s dragging me in. I have to say I am not amused at how Fallout ended. It w...
Literary Escapism
Literary Escapism rated it 15 years ago
It’s not a bad novel to read if you’re looking for something different. Especially if you’re into more strategic soap operish warfare than straight up violence. I know something is going on in the background, but I’m still not entirely sure what that is. At the same time, all of the characters in...
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