Michelle Jones is the author of Throw Away Your Loincloth; an entertaining account of her efforts to attain enlightenment whilst juggling a husband, three children, and various jobs-not to mention recovering from breast cancer-which is both inspiring and funny.
Michelle writes the monthly column for top selling MBS magazine Chat-Its Fate and her articles and features regularly appear in many MBS publications.
She was the resident Psychic Medium for paranormal events company Dark Encounters for more than 2 years and has worked on numerous paranormal investigations; she worked alongside David Wells (Most Haunted) on several charity investigation events.
Michelle wrote for Vision magazine for 18 months, until the magzine folded in 2007. She wrote a monthly column on Natural Beauty as well as at least one three-page article every month. She was also featured in Input, a New Zealand publication looking for inspiring stories from cancer survivors.
In 2007, Michelle was nominated as Best Newcomer in the Spiritual Connextions awards, and was then featured in the January 2008 issue of Chat-Its Fate as a medium and personality to watch out for!
She has taken part in numerous radio shows and was a core member of both the Tuning In team on Portsmouth based radio station The Quay and The Big Debate (in front of a live audience) on Spiritual Connextions radio. Michelle had her own weekly spiritual development show on Spiritual Connextions radio.
Michelle lives near Portsmouth, with her husband, mother-in-law, 3 children and 5 cats. She has far too many books (Her favourite authors are Phil Rickman and Francis Pryor), and is a complete anorak on a wide variety of subjects, including The Green Man, Holy Wells, Dowsing and Leys, Victorian Spiritualism, British Prehistory, Crystals, Angels and others too many to mention!
Her first book, Throw Away Your Loincloth! shows you how to feel connected in every corner of your life, not just the odd moments when you have time to yourself, and brings a timely dose of light and laughter to living a spiritual life in the real world.
She also works full time as a Bookshop Manager for Waterstones, currently the custodian of a 500+ year old listed timber framed building in Chichester. Come and visit us, you'll be sure of a warm welcome!
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