Déjà Vu and Been There Too

Published June 8, 2016 by glennmaynard

“Déjà Vu” is a common intuitive experience that has happened to many of us. This is a French term meaning “already seen.” This feeling of strangeness and familiarity sparks our memory of a place we’ve been, a person we’ve seen, or an act we’ve done. Some believe we can receive a lesson or complete unfinished business as a result of this phenomenon.

Déjà vu experiences have been linked to medical conditions, such as schizophrenia, epilepsy, and anxiety, but psychologists have also come up with theories such as stress and internal hidden conflicts. Others associate it with psychic abilities, prophecy, or past-life experiences.

Two people may share a deep experience in a former earth-life and have a sense of knowing each other, although they’ve never knowingly met. This new incarnation is believed to be the linking of past connections that are still active.

It was this fascinating subject that became my spark behind the Desert Son paranormal romance trilogy. Carter Spence had Déjà Vu the moment he met Brenda in a chance encounter at a gas station. They run into each other, literally, and become inseparable once the spilled coffee has been mopped up. Carter knows there’s a little something extra going on with this girl, but it’s Brenda who knows all about this subject.

Has this ever happened to you? Do you know that eerie feeling? Check my website for samples from my first two books of the Desert Son trilogy, and I’ll be working on getting that third book published.

http://www.glennmaynard.weebly.com/

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One comment on “Déjà Vu and Been There Too

  • I didn’t know how to contact you elsewhere, so.

    Hey there!
    I review books on sites like Goodreads, Amazon etc. and would love to review your book, it is already looking very promising.
    You can check out my profile here: https://www.goodreads.com/user/show/9768875-jayana
    I have won giveaways and sweepstakes often, procured paperback ARCs many times and I always review them, as I know ARCs are very expensive. Also, I’d try to host discussions about the book in my groups for recommendation.
    .
    In my reviews, I strive to strike a balance between an honest critique and a review that would entice the reader to buy the book. I hope you’ll consider my request for a physical copy.
    Also, you won’t see any Giveaway, ARC shelf because I believe that when you add books into those shelves, the reader automatically thinks that the review is influenced because of it. I know this by experience when I conducted a small survey for it.

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