Psychiatrist Rachel Julian has what many dream of—a booming career, an enviable relationship, a joy-filled life—until a bloody premonition warns her that she is in danger. As terrifying threats unfold, her perfect life tailspins out of control. Armed with nothing but her intuition and determination to stay alive, Dr. Julian steps into unknown realms and meets a succession of otherworldly teachers who tell her that beyond the human threats, she has been lured into a spiritual war. To survive, Rachel must fight an enemy she can't even see in a reality many wish did not exist.
Awards: Grip of the Hawk
Gold Winner: 2017 Human Relations Indie Book Award- Life Passage Realistic Fiction
Honorable Mention Winner: 2017 Human Relations Indie Book Awards-Life Journey Fiction
The Human Relations Indie Book Awards recognizes authors who have written books with a creative human relations focus in both fiction and non-fiction. Winners are from diverse backgrounds whose story demonstrates the value of human relationships whether in a work, cultural, or personal life setting.
Silver Award Winner: 2018 IPPY (Independent Publisher Book Awards)-Visionary Fiction
The 2018 Annual IPPY medal-winning book awards was celebrated on May 29th during the annual Book Expo publishing convention in New York City. This year's contest drew 4500 entries, and medals went to authors from 43 states, 6 Canadian provinces and 12 countries abroad. The awards, conceived in 1996, reward those who exhibit courage, innovation, and creativity to bring about change in the world of publishing.
Silver Award Winner: 2018 Next Generation Indie Book Awards-Inspirational Fiction
The 2018 Indie Book Awards was held in New Orleans in June during the National Library Conference. Referred to as the 'Sundance of the publishing world', this award draws leaders from both traditional and independent publishing and is the largest not-for-profit book award program recognizing and honoring the top international independently published books of the year.