Bringing Visitation-Dreams To The Physical World

   A must-read for anyone suffering loss and questioning if the Afterlife is real...

 Days after his murder, Chip grabbed his fiancé while she laid sleeping. "I'm not gone," he told her. "You can't see me, but I am here. I'll never leave you. I promise."

   When Lyn Ragan started hearing from her deceased fiancee', she thought she was losing her mind. Not only had the love of her life been ripped away, she was seeing dead people.
   Guiding his sweetheart through a twisting plot into the wonder of life beyond death, Chip teaches Lyn how to read the signs and messages he shares from the Afterlife. His determination to communicate from the Other Side keeps her focused on his new life, instead of how he died.

  "Death is not the end of who we are, my darlin'." Chip said. "Love can never die. The one Key to everything beautiful is love. Our love lives forever."


Lyn's first book is available online!

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About this Book

Chip's unforgettable visitations, creativity, and ability to leave GIFTS from the beyond are remarkable blueprints for proof of life in the Hereafter.

Filled with loss, grief, and otherworldly love, this TRUE STORY will have you on the edge of your seat while you question the nature of life after physical death.


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How Chip's Afterlife Saved Me

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Recent Reviews

  • ""I so much enjoyed Lyn's book that I hardly know where to even begin this review...But here it goes~~~Lyn had finally met her soulmate (Chip).The love and respect they had for o..."
    Traci D
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  • "This book is soooooooooo good; once you start reading it, you don't want to stop!"
    Sylvie P
    Reviewer from Quebec, Canada
  • "I'm reading Wake Me Up and I have to put it down because I don't want it to end. My hubby always said that's a sign of a great story when you don't want it to end. "
    Jennifer H.
    Widow of Loving Husband in the Afterlife, Utah