While it seems that I have spent most of my life writing something, my first effort at writing a novel was 'Make it Mine!' released in December 2011. Currently thirty books are published and available to the readers. 'Quantum Consciousness', the second book in the Quantum Series, is the latest, released on November 29, 2018.
I enjoyed a long career in Real Estate, Mortgage Banking, Appraisal, Interior Stylist and New Construction. These pursuits led to a years long listing in 'Who's Who in America', Business/Finance.
My most beloved job was being a mother to my three sons. My youngest son was murdered in 2012, easily the most difficult time in my life. As the facts about the case finally began to emerge, we learned that he died execution style while the event was being filmed for an online pay per view audience. "Drowning in My Tears' was written about his death and published 90 days after he died. The story was written with information received while communicating with him and those around him, and somehow was fairly accurate until we learned the rest of the horror.
As we waited and waited for the wheels of justice, I found great solace in writing; hence the twenty nine books that followed very quickly. Never rest on your laurels! I know that my reputation is only as good as my last effort at writing. I have spent most of my life pursuing a greater level of spiritual awareness. It has been a journey worth traveling, filled with miracles and learning experiences.
Lightworking - A spiritual networking dedicated to the ascension of the planet and humanity to a quantum level of awareness; world peace, healing, compassion, connecting, sharing and caring. An intent to awaken ancient memories with consciousness that lifts all mankind to a higher place!
I join so many people on our planet in giving thanks that our consciousness continues to be elevated to a place where integrity, honor, compassion and generosity define humanity, for this is the way to the light.
This is a profound time on our planet and we are blessed to be a part of this event. It is about building a new, more compassionate and loving planet where mankind respects one another and our planet; one that demands integrity in all things and reaches out in love to one another. Whatever we do with pure intent will always manifest in the light. Yep, this is a call to action; I am inviting you to become a light worker and join in the effort where we can all make a difference! And so it is....
Copyright Alexa Keating 2019. All rights reserved.
ASK YOURSELF, "WHAT DO I FEAR? WHAT DO I LOVE?" CHOOSE LOVE OVER FEAR, ALWAYS. FOR THIS IS THE ACT OF FAITH.
I worked as a 900 operator for an online psychic service and have spent years reading and interpreting tarot cards. I excel at the fine art of loving humanity and our great planet. I have been blessed with many different opportunities in creative arts; my books reflect these varied interests. I appreciate every person who takes the time to peruse, read and share my work with me.
I have always had a canine friend in my life. My little cocker spaniel escaped from my son's home to chase me when I had to leave; he was missing for days. Finally we learned he had been hit and killed by a car that did not stop to help. I vowed never to own an animal again. A few months later my daughter-in-law who worked for the County Rescue team called. She had found a little dog on the road in the very spot where mine had died. She was adamant that the little dog had the eyes of my Cocker Spaniel!
Finally I agreed to take the dog. It arrived weighing 7.5 lbs. with no hair except on her tail and head. She had gray and pink spots and no one could really tell what she was. She was pitiful. She scraped the asphalt out of her skin before bringing her to me. She had been thrown out of a moving car. I named her 'Annie' for Orphan Annie. That soon became Annie Belle. The little dog was pathetically thin and in need of a lot of care, but, she made it!
Solitude has been my frequent companion for several months. Yet, Annie was a faithful companion who made that seem just fine! Pictured below, she was a best friend and great company for more than 13 years! Sadly I lost little Annie Belle on November 7, 2017 at the age of 13 years. Not nearly long enough time to spend with such a special friend.