Meade’s latest book Whispers


Whispers reminds us that miracles happen. Sometimes they’re so small that it’s possible you don’t even notice them. At other times they make you stop and wonder for a moment before you start to chock them up to coincidence or a figment of your imagination.

The stories in this book are from people who knew better than to make excuses for what they had witnessed, and have agreed to share their experiences with you.

I called these occasional flashes of unexplained events “Glimpses” in my first book on the subject. This time I call them “Whispers.”

No matter their name, people who experience them carry them forever in their hearts and view the world a bit differently because they have caught a “Glimpse” or heard a “Whisper” from the other side of this material world.


Thanks to the Maine Authors Publishing and Cooperative of Thomaston, Maine, I am very pleased to be finally published and able to offer books that have been developing throughout my lifetime.

Writing is a wonderful gift and privilege. It is also a responsibility. I am striving to entertain as in the “Summer of the Disco King” and to enlighten as in “Glimpses” and “Piper’s Song.” I hope you readers will let me know when I have succeeded in these attempts and conversely, when I have fallen short.