Hi William I have just finished reading some of your book and was extremely impressed by your work and the contents. I was first attracted by the pitch, but when I started reading I knew that it was a book I would definitely enjoy.
The genre you have it under is fiction, and yet the first chapter sounds like it's non fiction. Is it something that has actually happened to you - the visions etc?
The reason I am asking is because (I am being brave now), the same thing has happened to me. I have visions often, but I haven't had the same vision you have had, neither have I had the scars - thank God.
I wrote my book Four Corners after a very strange experience that happened to me. The only way I can describe it to you (if you are interested) is in my book Four Corners. In the book I am the character Ruby. The day she had in London actually happened to me. After that day I began a diary after other strange coincidental events happened to me which I called SIGNS. These signs continued from 2007 to this very day, and I began to make them into chapters of a book, adding ideas from my strange dreams and visions of what I believe to be the future. And slowly it became a book which I believe I didn't write alone.
I origionally called it 'songs and signs' because certain songs seemed to conjure up ideas every morning in my head as I woke up. The signs seemed to lead back to the lyrics , and the lyrics back to the visions etc The rock star I went to see in London I later discovered also had dreams of the future - odd dont you think? And there were so many other coincidences like that.
This is why I understand and believe you if you have had a couple of visions yourself. I know what it feels like to want to share them with the world and how difficult it is to do so.
Please get in touch. I can give you my email if you wish. If you dont just read my book 'Four Corners' and leave me a comment.
Hope to hear from you soon