Author's Books about Gnomes are based on Personal Experience

David Swing, author and intuitive counselor from North Carolina, has been communicating with gnomes, elves and other fairies since 1997

| From
Photo: Gnomes in the Garden

ASHEVILLE, N.C., Jan. 13, 2015 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) -- Author and intuitive counselor David Swing says gnomes, elves and other fairies are found not just in Europe, but also in the United States and other countries around the world. He has written about his experiences with fairies in his books, "Gnomes in the Garden" (ISBN: 978-0974239408) and "The Celtic Owl" (ISBN: 978-0974239415).

When he was a boy, David's second sight gave him the ability to see and hear ghosts and other beings invisible to those around him. He pushed this ability aside as he grew older, but it returned in a surprising way in 1997 when two gnomes appeared before him as he watched TV, politely introducing themselves and wishing him a good day.

Though David at first believed he was imagining them, the gnomes continued to visit him each day. Once he had grown accustomed to their presence, they began to introduce him to other fairies, including elves, winged sprites, brownies, and more gnomes.

With encouragement from his wife, David published his first book, "Gnomes in the Garden," which outlines his experiences with gnomes and other fairies and offers information and stories from the fairies themselves. He later completed "The Celtic Owl," which leads readers through a year of fairy adventures and teachings focused around the Celtic holidays.

"It's simple, really," David explained. "Fairies are right out there in your own backyard, but you can't see them, because your mind doesn't believe they exist. They are so accustomed to you not seeing them that they don't pay much attention to you unless you give them a good reason. If you really want to meet a fairy, the best thing you can do is spend time outdoors, because that's where you are most likely to find them."

To learn more visit:

About David Swing:
David Swing makes his home near Asheville, North Carolina. He is available for intuitive counseling sessions by phone, email or in person and offers fairy workshops for large or small groups. His books, "Gnomes in the Garden: Celtic Faerie Teachings" and "The Celtic Owl: A Year with the Celtic Faerie," are available for purchase through, Barnes & Noble, and other retailers.

*PHOTO for media: .
*Photo Caption: Book jacket, "Gnomes in the Garden: Celtic Faerie Teachings."

News Source:
For more information regarding this press release, please visit:
Like, Share, Save this press release:
  TWEET   SHARE   G+   PIN IT   STUMBLE   LinkedIn   Instapaper   Buffer

Shortlink to this press release:
The content of the above press release was provided by the “news source” (David Swing) or authorized agency, who is solely responsible for its accuracy. Send2Press® is the originating wire service for this story and content is Copr. © 2015 David Swing with newswire version Copr. © 2015 Send2Press (a service of Neotrope). All trademarks acknowledged.

Rights granted for reproduction by any legitimate news organization. However, if news is cloned/scraped verbatim, then original attribution must be maintained with link back to this page as “original syndication source.” Resale of this content for commercial purposes is prohibited without a license. Reproduction on any site selling a competitive service is also prohibited. Information is believed accurate, as provided by news source or authorized agency, however is not guaranteed, and you assume all risk for use of any information found herein/hereupon. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Unported License.
STORY READS for this single page only, as of Oct 25 2016:
[ count retired 8.4.16 ]

back to top
REFERENCES: Gnomes in the Garden, Fairies, The Celtic Owl: A Year with the Celtic Faerie, fairy, news, press release from David Swing, Jan 13, 2015, Offbeat, General Editorial, Books, Asheville, North Carolina, Author's Books about Gnomes are based on Personal Experience