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Megan And The Lost Cat: A Spirit Guide, A Ghost Tiger And One Scary Mother!
Megan And The Lost Cat: A Spirit Guide, A Ghost Tiger And One Scary Mother!
Megan And The Lost Cat: A Spirit Guide, A Ghost Tiger And One Scary Mother!
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Megan And The Lost Cat: A Spirit Guide, A Ghost Tiger And One Scary Mother!

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In Megan and the Lost Cat, Megan, our psychic teen, has read a poster about a missing cat, and she decides to try to use her fledgling paranormal powers to help find it. Her instincts take her to the woods nearby, where she receives help from a strange dancing girl, and finds the cat. Megan later meets the cat's mysterious owner,who has a significant influence on the teenager’s life.

The Psychic Megan Series consists of twenty-four novelettes about a young girl's growing realisation that she is able to do things that none of her family can. Megan is twelve years old in the first volume. She has two seemingly insurmountable problems. Her mother is frightened of her daughter's latent abilities and not only will not help her but actively discourages her; and she can’t find a teacher to help her develop her supernatural, psychic powers. For she wants not only to know what it is possible to do and how to do it, but to what end she should put her special abilities. Megan is a good girl, so it would seem obvious that she would tend towards using her powers for good, but it is not always easy to do the right thing even if you know what that is.

These stories about Megan will appeal to anyone who has an interest in psychic powers, the supernatural and the paranormal and is between the ages of ten and a hundred years old.

In Megan and the Lost Cat, Megan, our psychic teen, has read a poster about a missing cat, and she decides to try to use her fledgling paranormal powers to help find it. Her instincts take her to the woods nearby, where she receives help from a strange dancing girl, and finds the cat. Megan later meets the cat's mysterious owner,who has a significant influence on the teenager’s life.
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EditorTektime
Data lansării15 nov. 2022
ISBN9788835446316
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Owen Jones

Author Owen Jones, from Barry, South Wales, came to writing novels relatively recently, although he has been writing all his adult life. He has lived and worked in several countries and travelled in many, many more. He speaks, or has spoken, seven languages fluently and is currently learning Thai, since he lives in Thailand with his Thai wife of ten years.  "It has never taken me long to learn a language," he says, "but Thai bears no relationship to any other language I have ever studied before." When asked about his style of writing, he said, "I'm a Celt, and we are Romantic. I believe in reincarnation and lots more besides in that vein. Those beliefs, like 'Do unto another...', and 'What goes round comes around', Fate and Karma are central to my life, so they are reflected in my work'. His first novel, 'Daddy's Hobby' from the series 'Behind The Smile: The Story of Lek, a Bar Girl in Pattaya' has been followed by four sequels, but his largest collection is 'The Megan Series', eighteen novellas on the psychic development of a young teenage girl, the subtitle of which, 'A Spirit Guide, A Ghost Tiger and One Scary Mother!' sums them up nicely. As Owen puts it:  'Born in the Land of Song, living in the Land of Smiles'.  

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    Megan And The Lost Cat - Owen Jones

    DEDICATION

    This edition is dedicated to my wife, Pranom Jones, for making my life as easy as she can. She makes a great job of it.

    Karma will repay everyone in just kind.

    CONTENTS

    Acknowledgements

    1 Suzanne on Communication

    2 Megan Sees the Poster

    3 Megan Finds Smokey

    4 Megan’s Reputation Grows

    5 Wacinhinsha

    Glossary

    The Disallowed

    ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

    Thanks are due to the artists who designed the cover for me,

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    1 SUZANNE ON COMMUNICATION

    Megan was intrigued by the talk Wacinhinsha and Dr. Jenkins had given her the other night on communication, and so, like most people, she wanted to talk about what was uppermost on her mind.

    Mam, what do you think about communication?

    Pardon? Communication? On the telephone, you mean? I don’t know much about mobile phones, my dear?

    No, I don’t mean mobile phones themselves, I mean just talking, really, and body language… That sort of thing.

    You’re not going to start all that nonsense about Auras again, are you?

    No, not if you don’t want me to, but that is a form of communication too, like body language and intonation and mood. It is all part of communication, as is speech. In fact, it may be even more reliable than speech, because people can tell lies and hide their true feelings very easily, but they cannot hide what they cannot control.

    That’s as may be, but I don’t believe in the Aura, stupid lights and ghosts and things.

    It was the first instance that Megan had had to practice what Wacinhinsha had taught her in the company of an accomplished liar. Megan could see by her mother’s Aura that she was telling lies, but there was something else too. She was not lying to be malicious, she was lying to herself because she was afraid of admitting to herself that such things existed, despite the fact that she knew that they did, because she too had had first-hand experience of them, but it had been ‘frightened’ out of her by her mother thirty-odd years ago.

    Megan watched the colours swirl and change in her mother’s Aura as her emotions flickered from the greys of fear to the greens of understanding, all written over the yellow-gold of love for her daughter. Megan could feel, as well as see, the confusion in her mother and knew instantly that Wacinhinsha had told her the truth again, not that there had ever been any doubt in her mind about that, as he had never said anything to her so far that had not been true, whereas her mother was so obviously lying to her now.

    Wacinhinsha had been right when he had said that a lot of people might want to turn this ‘gift’ of second sight off, because it was not easy knowing that your mother was a liar even to her own daughter. It was not a nice feeling at all and she found it so hard not to judge her mother armed with this unassailable knowledge. However, it had been one of Wacinhinsha’s early lessons, not to judge people, because everyone is fighting an inner battle, that the observer knows nothing about. The sensitive could see the battle raging, as Megan could now, but they didn’t always know what it was about or with.

    In this case, Megan knew, but the knowing did not help. It still hurt that her mother would willingly try to deceive her in a matter that she knew was so important to her and for which she had even been sentenced to hours of fear in the pitch-black darkness of the scary coal cellar.

    Megan looked down at Grrr, who was lying at her feet and smiled. Grrr licked her lips and swished her tail in her own display of mixed emotions, which were themselves her reaction to her friend Megan’s mixed emotions of love for and disappointment with her mother. She knew that this would be a part of the pattern of their relationship for the rest of their lives, which was depressing, but it made her understand the importance of not judging others, for if she judged everyone, and took her findings to heart, then her life would be full of loneliness and disappointment.

    Therefore, being non-judgemental was a means of self-protection, an armour, not a sign of weakness.

    Megan, Megan! Are you listening to a word I’m saying? Wakey, wakey!

    Sorry, Mam, I was miles away, what were you saying again?

    "I was saying that I don’t believe in the Aura, but I was going to say that I do think that body language is very important. I found Desmond Morris’s book on the subject, ‘The Naked Ape’ fascinating. It explains how much information about

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