With the release of a powerful trilogy of novels, award-winning author Jeanne Selander Miller is making a mark on Amazon bestseller lists across the country and was recently awarded with the top spot on Amazon’s Hot New Release list in multiple categories.
The three books that comprise The Full Circle Trilogy are each unique in their own right, but weave together an intricate story of time travel and reincarnation, as the protagonists move throughout history carrying wisdom from one lifetime to the next.
Book 1, The Seer, follows Saga as she has her initial experience with a past life. Embodying Fiona, an 18-year old farm girl in 1975, she learns about the true nature of the gift, then travels even further back in time to confront deeper trauma.
Book 2, The Seeker, focuses on Fiona as she uproots her life to move to the big city, falls in love with a man disapproved of by her family, and battles for balance between newfound freedom and the pressures of academia. All the while, she slips into past lives with more frequency and ease, discovering an enemy that pursues her across space and time.
Book 3, The Knowing, brings the story back to Saga, who is living in Sweden in the year 2035. She continues to move between past lives, confronting challenges large and small as tensions in her own time grow, threatening the livelihood of her family, the safety of her people, the security of her nation, and ultimately, the fate of the planet. This finale of The Full Circle Trilogy ties together the threads of Saga’s intertwined past lives as the puzzle she’s been trying to solve—and the conflict it represents—comes into full view.
The series of novels, all released in October of 2020, are the most recent works by Jeanne Selander Miller, whose other books include Privileged: A Novel, The Healing Path Home, A Million Miles From Home, and A Breath Away. She is the recipient of several awards, including Best Spiritual Book at the London Book Festival and the Visionary Authors Award at Braveheart Women’s Conference. Miller also appears as a panelist and speaker at festivals and conferences, sharing the harrowing personal experiences that are the subjects of her earlier literary work and empowering others to share their own.
Miller’s work is thoughtful and personal throughout her books. With the release of this recent trilogy, readers will find a new breadth in her fiction writing as she explores new themes and creates a world that exists at multiple points in time.
These novels mark a shift in the author’s autobiographical style toward more expansive fiction, but retains the sensitivity, nuance, and personal touch that brought success to her previous works. All three parts of The Full Circle Trilogy are available through major online book retailers, and readers can learn more about Jeanne Selander Miller through her website.
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