Stone Cottage

Stone Cottage Margaret L. Hefferman
  • Title: Stone Cottage
  • Author: Margaret L. Hefferman
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  • Page: 477
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  • Stone Cottage Margaret L. Hefferman Stone Cottage If you could plan your life before you were born what could that life look like A forthright efficient executive in her mid s Rebecca Wainwright has the world by the tail Her perfect life capsi
    If you could plan your life before you were born, what could that life look like A forthright, efficient executive in her mid 40 s, Rebecca Wainwright, has the world by the tail Her perfect life capsizes when her father suddenly dies and she explodes into darkness, depression and panic attacks Seeking solitude to recover her health, she takes a drive to escape the stifliIf you could plan your life before you were born, what could that life look like A forthright, efficient executive in her mid 40 s, Rebecca Wainwright, has the world by the tail Her perfect life capsizes when her father suddenly dies and she explodes into darkness, depression and panic attacks Seeking solitude to recover her health, she takes a drive to escape the stifling burden of her family s concern and to search for a sanctuary that she can call her own She stumbles upon a deserted old stone cottage for sale As she approaches the house she has a sense of d j vu and homecoming that mystifies her Although appearing empty, she soon discovers that the home is occupied by the lonely, frightened spirit of a young woman.Victoria Anne Smythe Stratton, a young woman in late 19th century, falls in love with a Scottish mason, William McBride, much to the disgust of her aristocratic mother Henrietta Their mother daughter relationship, which has always been strained, shreds even further on the birth of Victoria s first child, a girl Tragedy overcomes the family and the young mother becomes an earthbound spirit resolutely waiting for her husband to come home.Why is Rebecca so drawn to this cottage What happens when the practical, logical, 21st century woman meets a 19th century ghost How are these two women connected Perhaps a past life How will Rebecca find her answer It is written under the pen name of Maighread MacKay
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    About Margaret L. Hefferman


    1. Margaret Hefferman pen name Maighread MacKay is an author and Podcaster from Durham Region She is a member of the Writer s Community of Durham Region WCDR Alwaysinterested in ghosts and mysteries, one of the first books I remember reading as a child was Nancy Drew and the Ghost of Blackwood Hall Why do spirits stay around after they leave their earthly body Are they real What do they want All questions I have asked myself in my exploration of the supernatural My quest has led me on a fascinating study of yoga, Native theology, Celtic Shamanism, the realm of the Fae and authors such as James Van Praagh, John Edward, Brian Weiss, Eckhart Tolle, James Redfield, Ted Andrews and many others These studies led me to pen various genres which deal with the imagination and spiritual aspects of life.Most importantly I search my heart for inspiration, hoping to touch the hearts of the people who view and purchase my work.


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    1. The story touched me on so many levels Not only has the author created believable and memorable characters, she s plunked them down in not one but two worlds The sense of mystery is usurped only by the overwhelming confusion of a grieving woman struggling to piece her life back together To complicate matters she begins to see things that make her question her sanity Her strength and compassion in the face of her fears carries this story beyond the expected I enjoyed this book a great deal.

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    2. It is difficult to not get emotionally drawn to Stone Cottage For me, that sentiment owed to knowledge brought by successive tours of life regression For others, it may well begin with highly relatable social personal issues and a century long saga of silent nostalgia These are ingredients that somehow always manage to pull a string or two in our hearts This story is about a businesswoman who, weighed down by a male centric workplace among other things, heads out for a much needed break Her mind [...]

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    3. 5 Even the strongest heart needs an assistSTONE COTTAGE by Maighread MacKay is a seminal read for anyone who has loved and lost and struggles to move on, not just in this life but in the next When Annie wakes to find herself alone in her cottage save for a sleeping child upstairs that does not wake, and a faithful dog that never needs feeding, she is left with one, and only one, concern the whereabouts of her husband Will Decades later, a contemporary woman will ask the same thing, but in a diff [...]

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    4. I won a copy of Stone Cottage by author Margaret L Heffernan in a giveaway and loaded it on my Kindle immediately It took me awhile to start reading it but once I did I had a difficult time putting it down because I just wanted to find out what was really going on I don t usually enjoy novels that touch on supernatural or ghosts but this book was well written and as the author revealed and I found myself wondering if I was on the right track in what I was thinking was going to happen.Any autho [...]

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    5. What a refreshing story of human compassion beyond this dimension I felt myself asking questions about the bigger picture of my own life, what if I have an agreement or contract to fulfil in this life This story woven through time, beautifully depicts the art of forgiveness, letting go and truly stepping into your purpose in life fearlessly Written with excellent character development, I often found myself swept away with the story to the point of time distortion Stone Cottage reminded me that c [...]

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    6. I learned of Stone Cottage from a friend and now I find I owe that friend a big favor What a wonderful read From the first page I was hooked as demonstrated by the fact that I finished it in less than a week The heroine reminded me of well, me I felt her angst, shared her tears, shuddered at her fears If a novel is supposed to stir one s emotions, Stone Cottage certainly does.

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    7. Maighread MacKay in her fiction The Stone Cottage opens the life of a woman,Rebecca who is prone to depression, on medication, struggling in ways with which we can relate How the challenges resolve concerns information from this life as well as lives that have gone before and takes us on a gentle journey of the truth of all our lives.

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    8. Tragedy strikes Annie s life and she s hoping her husband can fix it, what she hasn t realized though is that everybody has long gone, including herself Unable to face what s happened in her life she s stuck in this plane, turning away from the light every time it appears before her Thus she won t move on until Rebecca comes to save her More than a hundred years later there s Rebecca, a contemporary woman working at her father s company Struggling to prove herself by her own merits and build her [...]

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    9. I found myself so into the story, so into the characters that I cried with them I enjoyed the author s weave of time and relationships that are not bound by cognitive constructs but longings of the heart This is a good reminder that second chances are often given to reconcile such human foibles that tear apart the self s own world, in ways we can only imagined they are imagined in this book A good read.R.Davies

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