Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Five Years – The Meeting by Leonard Belmont: Spotlight with Excerpt

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Virtual Book Tour Dates: 9/23/14 – 9/30/14

Genres: Romance

Price on Amazon: $.99


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Blurb:

Do you remember when you knew you were falling in love?

Do you recall the thoughts, feeling and emotions you experienced when falling in love?

We have all read or hear love stories at one point or another, but this love is story is very different.

In this five part star-crossed love story, author Leonard Belmont takes us on an emotional journey with his automatic writings of the life of a young couple from the moment they laid eyes on each other.
 
 
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Excerpt:

You were here

September 17, 2007 – Day 1

Love.

The first time I saw you.

You were there, in my French class,

At school.

On a beautiful autumn day,

That looked more like a beautiful spring day.

The sun was there, and the air was fresh.

Clearly, this was the ordained time to meet the girl of my dreams.

Upon entering class.

I entered the room and inevitably, I saw you.

Shocked, and pleased.

Nothing was more captivating.

The place was crowded with other students.

But only you exited before my eyes.

It’d been a while since I’d seen you.

I understood immediately why there were people passing before our eyes that I never lingered on.

The others.

You,

You were there again.

The physical embodiment of love.

In person.

Literally, I felt an energy come from your body.

An invisible heartbeat,

Of life.

I felt that you were there for me.



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About the Author:

Leonard Belmont is a French Montreal-based writer who enjoys the little things that life has to offer. He first began writing as a way to explore both himself and the world around him. This exploration led to a spiritual journey of discovery.

A parapsychologic writer, Leonard Belmont seeks truth through automatic writing, a process where he lets his inner-most thoughts and ideas flow onto the paper without conscious critique. This autopilot exploration unearths the unconscious secrets our spiritual self keeps from our conscious, critical self.



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