Karen Forrest, a mental health nurse in the military turned professional medium and author, will host an hour-long session at the Tatamagouche Library on April 22, from 11 a.m. to noon. Forrest will be discussing her newest book – Angel Lady of the Maritimes – which details her transition from military nurse to medium. The session will include anecdotes of realities in communicating with angels and heavenly relatives.

An author from Prince Edward Island will soon be a guest speaker at the Tatamagouche Library.

Karen Forrest, a mental health nurse in the military turned professional medium and author, will host an hour-long session at the library on April 22, from 11 a.m. to noon.

Forrest will be discussing her newest book – Angel Lady of the Maritimes – which details her transition from military nurse to medium. The session will include anecdotes of realities in communicating with angels and heavenly relatives.

Growing up, the Cornwall resident didn’t see dead people as a child, but has written three books featuring other people’s angelic encounters. Her book showcases embracing the title of Angel Lady, and how she eventually accepted a new career in working with angels.

“I didn’t see dead people as a child or talk to imaginary friends, but now I’m honoured to have a career communicating with angels to guide people in their lives and pass on messages from the deceased to help people heal through their grief,” Forrest said in a press release. “The most frequent question people as me is, ‘how did you go from being a military nurse to talking to angels?’”

Forrest says it came from extensive spiritual training, and that her nursing background blends well with spiritual counselling, while also offering credibility in the field of a professional medium.

For more information on Forrest, visit her website at www.karenforrest.com. The guest speaking event is free and open to all.

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