Book-a-Day #Giveaway! BELIEVE IN FOREVER by Mary Catherine Volk

Believe in Forever

Have you ever felt the presence of a loved one after death? Or wondered if you did? Do you yearn for a connection with a loved one who has died? Our departed loved ones do come and visit us. They show us their presence through the use of signs. They give us a sign that is unique to them, everyone is different. This book will teach you how to navigate this new landscape, it is just a new way of communicating. Based on the author’s firsthand experiences, she details the specific ways that contact with the other side occurs. The numerous stories in this book will give you chills as they touch your heart; teaching you to trust your own intuitive ability. A must read for anyone grieving a loss or curious about life after death. This book makes a wonderful gift!
Mary Catherine Volk
Mary Catherine Volk is a spiritual medium, author and speaker. She serves as an ambassador between the worlds relaying messages of healing and love from those in spirit to their loved ones here on earth.
Find the book on Amazon here or visit the author’s website
You can WIN a copy of this book! Just leave a comment below. One winner will be chosen at random and the author will contact you directly. Contest ends one week after publication.

14 thoughts on “Book-a-Day #Giveaway! BELIEVE IN FOREVER by Mary Catherine Volk

  1. I am happy to announce that Tom Hobin is the winner of a free copy of my book. Believe In Forever. Tom I will contact you directly for your shipping address. I want to thank everyone for entering and commenting on Martha’s blog.
    Happy Thanksgivings!


    1. Hi Sheila, I remember you, thank you for recommending my book to your aunt. I wish you luck with your book during this holiday season. Hope you will be joining us at Rhodes on the Pawtucket on December 3th 11am – 5pm. It is going to be a great event.

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  2. Would love a chance to read and win this book. The author and I could perhaps put together a package of sorts, with two similar topics, of books that deal with grief and loss.


  3. Would love a chance to read this and win it, and perhaps connect with the offer to put together a package of similarly themed books. My first book, Dear Tommy, runs a parallel course to the subject matter of your book.


  4. Thanks, this sounds very meaningful and helpful. I have felt my Dad’s presence many times since his passing in 1992. Bless you!


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