What is it like to awaken to the divine, and know that our lives are informed and shaped by spiritual guidance from other realms? Queen of the Heavens helps us open the gateway to those unseen worlds.
Respected journalist Kingsley Guy takes us back to ancient Egypt, where gods and goddesses were not merely images carved in stone. They were as real as the sunset and the wind blowing through papyrus reeds. Known as the "neters", they passed back and forth between the dimensions, working magic in people's lives.
Come meet Tuya. Through her gifts as a healer, this extraordinary woman gained the attention of the royal court and rose from commoner to queen. Tuya inspired and transformed the lives of those she touched during the Golden Age of the Pharaohs. Allow her to do the same for you.
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Storytelling: Gateway to Worlds Unseen™
Kingsley Guy's fascination with ancient Egypt began in 1997, when he first saw the Pyramids, the Sphinx, and the temples of the Nile while on assignment for the South Florida Sun Sentinel newspaper. After years of study, including on-site research for Queen of the Heavens, he transformed his journalistic writing skills into those of a novelist.
Kingsley was employed by the Sun Sentinel for 30 years, including 23 as editorial page editor. His career included assignments in the Middle East, India, Russia and China. He has been a frequent guest on local radio and television shows.
He lives with his family in Fort Lauderdale and on an isolated mountaintop outside Asheville, North Carolina, where he finds inspiration amid nature. Kingsley continues to fulfill his life's purpose, which is to express another reality through storytelling. He is completing a second novel, also set in ancient Egypt.
"Kingsley Guy has written a spiritual masterpiece. ... I predict Queen of the Heavens will become one of the best-selling historical-spiritual novels of all time."
-- Roy Rogers, former chairman, Florida Commission on Ethics; Lighthouse Point, Florida
"This is a wonderful book, both entertaining and inspiring. ... It has a little of everything: love, war, religion, politics. It's also a profound reflection on the meaning of the divine and the power of the feminine. ... Kingsley Guy presents us with not just a historical novel but a story for our times. Tuya is no ordinary queen. ... She is a woman who knows her destiny and is willing to work patiently and tirelessly to fulfill it - a very modern woman. Indeed, Mr. Guy has given us one of the great female heroes of contemporary literature."
-- Timothy Dodson, retired award-winning journalist; Coral Springs, Florida
"The writing of Kingsley Guy takes you right back to ancient Egypt and holds you there. A page-turner."
-- Mel Taylor, Emmy Award-winning reporter, author; meltaylor.com; Fort Lauderdale, Florida
"A beautiful, simply written book with enlightening metaphysical elements and sensual descriptive passages. A pleasure to read."
-- Omar Prince, actor, writer, producer; omarprince.com; New York, New York
"Queen of the Heavens is an insightful, inspirational story that will fill your spirit. It ... captivated me from the onset with its vivid details ... I was particularly impressed by the historical accuracy ... I couldn't put it down. ... I am looking forward to reading Kingsley Guy's next masterpiece."
-- Mirta A. Rice, Psy.D., clinical psychologist; Fort Lauderdale, Florida
"At the end of a busy day, you will love diving into this world of magic and vivid detail, where obelisks and sacred objects turn into portals to other dimensions, where souls reincarnate from one body to another, and where courage transforms daily life into a life of cosmic purpose."
-- Aneliya Dimitrova, Ph.D., founder of HealthyCommunication.Us; Schiller Park, Illinois
"I could not put this book down. ... I was totally immersed in this story of Tuya, a commoner who discovers her gift as a healer and matures into a powerful woman who becomes queen."
-- Nancy R. Botero, executive director, Broward College Foundation; vice president of advancement, Broward College; Pompano Beach, Florida
"This book is about faith, family, and choices. It is about a woman who is determined to follow her beliefs and do what is right. The message ... is that even though there are difficult times in your life, you will overcome them. ... I love how Queen Tuya is portrayed in the book because she is a very caring, tough and wise character. I recommend this book to fans of Michelle Moran, Stephanie Dray, and Libbie Hawker."
-- Lauralee Jacks, author of the blog "History from a Woman's Perspective, a Book Blog," historywomanperspective.com; Fayetteville, Tennessee
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Book Description Middle River Press, 2012. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0983820376
Book Description Middle River Press, 2012. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 983820376
Book Description Middle River Press, 2012. Paperback. Book Condition: Brand New. first edition. 284 pages. 8.90x0.80x5.90 inches. In Stock. Bookseller Inventory # 0983820376