Rutland Native Publishes Memoir
From the time Laurie Coombs was a small child, her special gift started manifesting itself in the voices that spoke to her and the energies that surrounded her. As an introspective and intense young girl in Catholic school in the ‘60s, where it was considered a sin just to be left-handed, she was tormented for her non-conformist nature. Now Laurie shares her experience, from first visions to mainstream career psychic medium, in her new memoir, ‘The Medium Chronicles: Lessons in Social Work and the Afterlife.’
From that first incident of a voice warning her of a perilous encounter, to her ultimate acceptance of her spiritual vocation, Laurie recounts the events surrounding her gift that served as stepping-stones to her true calling as a medium. The book chronicles stories of her years as a domestic violence specialist, an intensive-care social worker at a major teaching hospital, a brief stint as a stand-up comedian, and true-life accounts of mediumship experiences from throughout her life.
Ms. Coombs, who does readings at the Pyramid Wellness Center, describes her book this way, “The book outlines my own spiritual process and understanding of the afterlife. It asks pertinent questions about life, the soul and how our human experiences influence our spiritual evolution. But ultimately, it is about coming home to Vermont.”
For more information, you may contact the author at firstname.lastname@example.org.