My Soul Was Once Yours

About the Book

What if a song you had never heard before triggered the memories of your past life? That’s exactly what happened to eight-year-old Melanie Pattinson when she first heard 1960s rock star, Bobby Eastland sing. She begins to dream about Bobby’s fiancĂ©, Beverley Forrester who died tragically young in 1964. Melanie spends her entire life getting to know the rock star and his fiancĂ© through her near-weekly detailed dreams about them and begins to wonder what the connection she has with them is. With the help of her best friend, Michelle, she begins to uncover the supernatural truth about the past and what it is she must find to achieve complete happiness in her current life.

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Genre: General Fiction
ASIN: B01C0PFQR4
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Melissa Zaroski

Melissa Zaroski was bitten by the writing bug as a child when she began to write short stories about fantasy lands and her own experiences. She always loved to escape real life and immerse herself in imaginary stories. As a teenager, she would write short stories and poems, mostly to express her teenage angst! In 2009 she gained an opportunity to write for Examiner.com. She writes columns on Alexander Skarsgard, Joe Manganiello, Tom Wisdom, and Kevin Alejandro. Melissa likes to read in her spare time; mostly Charlaine Harris, J. K. Rowling, and Sophie Kinsella. She also took up crocheting and has become a blanket-making fool! She likes to go ballroom dancing with her husband and catch up on their favorite TV shows, True Blood, The Vampire Diaries, Downton Abbey, Mr. Selfridge, Orange is the New Black, and Mad Men.

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