|FOOTPRINTS OF WILLIAM...What others are saying|
This book from Deborah Foulkes is awesome. I am certainly glad to read this book so I can finally understand some more about Deb’s working with spirits and how it all started. Also the pictures inside the book are amazing. Really to read such a book is something I was looking forward for a long time. This is really a book that deserves 5 stars.
Review by Daniel from Belgium
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Witness an awakening to spirit in "Footprints of William" and you will never again doubt that the soul continues on after physical death. Deborah Richmond Foulkes shares her true story of how she became aware of messages from the other side, how she developed the skills needed to communicate and the confirmation of those messages as truth.
It all started with a bark from Deborah's departed beloved companion Irish Wolfhound, Larry. From there she was given glimpses of images of her grandmother as a child and was able to confirm the images through never before seen by her photographs. Her spirit guide was able to entice Deborah into taking classes on mediumship as that was what was needed for them to be able to communicate. William became a constant companion then and revealed so much more to Deborah that the findings take up two volumes of novel with a third on the way.
William leads Deborah to Scotland where she is able to revisit places where she and William lived together in previous lives. She is given information through "videos" in her mind and messages that reveal great details. Not being one to take things at face value, Deborah researches every bit of information and is able to verify facts in a way that proves her communications to be real. You couldn't ask for greater validation. The story that the culmination of those facts reveals is told through Deborah's novels, "My Truth Lies in the Ruins" and "In the Shadow of My Truth." "Footprints of William" stands alone as a testament to spirit communication, spirit guides, soul mates and reincarnation but it also makes a perfect companion to the novels as it gives a behind the scenes look at how it all came to be. Writing true historical novels through the guidance of spirit is something that deserves a behind the scenes look.
The book is in journal form, open and honest and very easy to read and enjoy. Deborah shares photographic evidence of spirit energy and stories of her getting to know her spirit guides. Through visits to other mediums she is given validation and she shares those stories as well. We all could open our minds and hone this skill but Deborah has done it and shares with readers the experience of her learning. She is also lucky to have such a strong spirit guide at her side. It seems that spirit has chosen this time to offer concrete evidence of the continuance of the soul through Deborah's books. "Footprints of William" will certainly entice readers who have an inkling of spiritual interest and will surely crack open the minds of those who didn't before picking up the book.
Review by Heather Froeschl