Victoria Zane: A Dream Based Story Set Early In 1904

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CreateSpace, May 3, 2011 - 234 pages
Victoria Gray, via a dream, November 3rd, 1995, is transported back to the Victorian Era, to 1904 her name then Victoria Zane. Through this detailed dream, she meets Henry Ford seeing his first car and first plant learning the locations prove to be true too! The dream house also turns out to look just like Henry Ford's first home, of which she never knew existed!Victoria journeys west with a group of Irish Immigrants, while traveling all are trapped in a strange massacre. She escapes believing she's the only survivor, which draws her into a fifteen year mystery of who done it and what really happened?Victoria amasses a vast fortune as the mystery unfolds. Romance eludes her until one final breath taking romance. Victoria becomes a pillar among women, enabling women to find a place among men.Victoria Zane is written in a way that will make you laugh, cry and bring to mind those enchanting warm fuzzy feelings. Upon its finish, I had the same warm feelings I received when I read The Bridges Of Madison County.Live Victoria Zane's life, you won't be able to put it down!Kay Fee

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About the author (2011)

Victoria is a widow and mother of four, residing in St. Louis, Mo. She has an estate sales business, something she totally enjoys doing. Along with a new business of Fine art, therefore the Pro-Q Fine Art net address. You might wonder when a mother of four and a business woman has time to write. Victoria find?s her greatest moments of time, in the early morning before the patter of little feet, now larger feet, hit the floor. She tends to wake with some new insight that just can?t wait to be on the printed page; therefore this has turned into her most cherished time of the day. Having a high school education, a real estate license, endless knowledge from the School of Metaphysics, an Art Director, a purveyor of children, and never-ending hours spent learning the art of decorating; there are no titles at the end of her name. She is although, like many, a graduate of The School of Hard Knocks and Intuition, which for her have always been her best teachers, along with the guidance of her wonderful father, family and friends. When I began this book from a dream in late 1995, as mentioned in the prologue, it made me wonder more about how fascinating our minds are and can be, if only one would explore the possibilities. I would like to encourage you to write down your dreams, date them, look into a dream interpretation book, ask questions, search your soul, you will find a delightful covey of insight that you never knew was there, but you must open your mind to let the knowledge in. Victoria

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