WALDMEER SERIES – Combined Volume
Books 1 to 4 of Waldmeer Series
Summary of Waldmeer Series
Waldmeer is an idyllic coastal village with stunning natural beauty. It is a place of healing with its quiet, repetitive rhythm and has remained relatively undamaged by the outside world. The simple events of Waldmeer belie the far more complex events of the interdimensional worlds. These worlds meet and merge.
Waldmeer (Book 1)
Waldmeer starts with the ending of one relationship and the beginning of another. Maria grows up and finds her higher self.
Together (Book 2)
Relationships are complex and multifaceted. They form, disintegrate, and reform based on problems, growth, destiny, and Divine assistance.
Circles of Separation (Book 3)
Existence is much more than we can physically see. Our potential, in every way, is far greater than we understand. Spiritual reality is always pushing us towards evolution, healing, love, and freedom.
Faith (Book 4)
Love can never be lost. It is not exclusive. Life is precious and should be lived with purpose and courage. It is not only possible but essential that we learn how to turn our human experience into a happy and harmonious one.
The Waldmeer Series is inspired by A Course in Miracles.
WALDMEER (Book 1)
There is a great deal of fantasy in real life and real in fantasy.
Part 1: Waldmeer – a human and spiritual story of love
Maria of Waldmeer
The Call to Love
Appendix 1: Character and Place Summary
TOGETHER (Book 2)
The spiritual path is very practical and relevant. This is particularly so in our personal relationships which have more power to change us than anything else. Every relationship is a love lesson.
Reach For It
The Convent and the Clinkers
Beginnings and Endings
Petals and Sweet Peas
One Year On
Appendix: Writing and Co-Creation
CIRCLES OF SEPARATION (Book 3)
Amira and some of her friends from Waldmeer continue their search for healing and happiness in Circles of Separation.
FAITH (Book 4)
What does the spiritual journey matter other than that it transforms our lives? Nowhere is this more obvious than in our personal relationships.