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About Sandra

Sandra J Wells is a nationally known author of three published fiction books which includes Beyond Life: The Ghost Chronicles a anthology of short stories written by Sandra and co-author Daniel Norvell and The Asylum: Josiah’s Pain written exclusively by Sandra. Plus now Ravens Blood: Dark Possession. She is also in the process of writinga series of non-fiction books as well to be released in 2012. Sandra’s talents are not limited to writing. She is a online radio host on the show Paranormal N More Radio that airs twice weekly on the Blogtalk Network that can be located at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/the-paranormal-n-more plus she is

a motivational speaker, coach, and medium in the venue of spirituality working with adults, teens and children. She, along with her husband have researched the paranormal as psychic investigators for 32 years. She also has had many articles featured in blogs and paranormal magazines. Sandra has been featured several times on online radio shows such as Beyond The Gate Radio, Psi Fi Radio, No Boundaries Radio and Mayhem in the Morning Show at WLKF AM Radio Lakeland, Florida. Sandra has been featured in several local newspapers and the Montel Williams Show in 2006 with Psychic Sylvia Browne and Seattle Paranormal TV with host Shannon Stidman.

Some of Sandra’s favorite hobbies are historical research, photography, painting landscapes, plus spending time with family and friends.

 

Please send me a request for the following:

Guest Appearances

Motivational or Paranormal Speaker at Event

Spiritual Coach for an Adult, Teen or Child

 

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