To coincide with the launch of her major new book, Angels at my Fingertips, international bestselling author Lorna Byrne will be holding a speaking event at Thomond Park, Limerick on Sunday 23rd April at 3pm. Lorna will be in conversation with well-known Irish broadcaster Geri Maye.
The talk is part of a six-date book tour around Ireland in association with Eason.
Lorna Byrne is an international number 1 bestselling author (her last two books have gone straight in at #1 on the UK Sunday Times Chart) with more than a million readers around the world. Her books, Angels in my Hair, Stairways to Heaven, A Message of Hope from the Angels and Love from Heaven have been translated into 30 languages.
Lorna has been seeing angels since she was a baby. Very unusually, she sees angels physically with as much clarity as the rest of us see people and she sees them every day. This diminutive, soft-spoken, uneducated Irish woman who did not talk about what she was seeing until seven years ago, says she has no idea why she can see angels when others can’t, adding that she is just an ordinary person.
Angels at my Fingertips is the sequel to Angels in my Hair which was published in 2010 and went on to sell over a million copies, touching the lives of those who read it around the world. During the tour Lorna will tell new stories of her early life in rural Ireland and how angels helped and guided her through traumatic events, alongside descriptions of different types of angels, and how they interact with each other, with God and with human beings.
For the first time she will also discuss the role of the souls of our loved ones who may return from heaven briefly to help and guide us.
Speaking about the tour she said “I am very excited to speak about many secrets that have never been told before. These secrets will enhance the reader’s life in every single way because they will become more conscious of their spiritual side. I will also describe many exercises my guardian has taught me to help readers connect with their Guardian Angel. I know the book tour will be very intriguing for all who attend and I am really looking forward to celebrating the launch of my new book with everyone”.
Tickets are €37.50 (including booking fee) from with the ticket price also includes a signed copy of Lorna’s new book #AngelsatMyFingertips. 50% of all of the proceeds from the event will go to the Lorna Byrne Children’s Foundation.
A limited number of tickets priced at €25 only available at the door.
The Blue Box in Limerick is proud and grateful to be a beneficiary of the Lorna Byrne Children’s Foundation www.foundation.lornabyrne.com.
The Blue Box Creative Learning Centre works with schools and families in Limerick City and around, to provide trained professionals to help children through difficult times. Their slogan is “Sometimes when a child is feeling sad or hurt it is good to have a safe place and someone to help you.”
The Blue Box is a non-profit organisation and is driven by innovative Arts Therapy programmes. Founded in 1997, The Blue Box is a Creative Arts Psychotherapies Project supporting children from marginalised and impoverished backgrounds in Limerick. It’s located in LEDP, Roxboro Road in Limerick.
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