Interview with Psychic Medium and Author, Sharon Bauer

Sharon Bauer’s exploration of the body/mind/spirit connection was the unifying thread that connected her 40-year medical career as a lab technician, dental assistant, laser assistant, and surgical assistant. Though seemingly engaged in mainstream work, less obvious was her private practice as a well-established psychic counseling with clients throughout the world. Her work expanded into Mediumship where the demand for that service was so great, she now devotes herself full-time to helping and teaching others.  Her commitment to both her clients and her students is to deepen their growing relationship with the Divine, in and outside themselves.
 
Sharon lives in Southern Oregon with her family and pets.  She’s well-known by the locals for her accuracy and loving manner while helping others from all over the world.

Death has often been called the great mystery, “the Great Unknown.” But what if it doesn’t have to be? What if we could know with great certainty that those who have died still live on and continue to love and protect us? That hope is realized in this book by international psychic and medium, Sharon Bauer. Through her vivid stories of client experiences, Sharon draws back the veil that so often prevents us from connecting with those in the afterlife. With warmth, compassion, and humor, Sharon offers a glimpse of what it’s like to communicate with the deceased, and more importantly, how the deceased, through her, are able to deliver heartfelt messages to those they left behind.

Celebrating Sharon Bauer’s book: “Life Eternal, Love Immortal” 
An Amazing Book About Mediumship and the AfterLife! 

“Death has often been called the great mystery, “the Great Unknown.”    But what if it  doesn’t have to be?  

What if we could know with great certainty that those who have died still live on  and continue to love and protect us?  

That hope is realized in this book by international Psychic and Medium, Sharon Bauer. 

 Through her vivid stories of client experiences, Sharon draws back the veil that so often prevents us from connecting with those in the afterlife.  With warmth, compassion, and humor, Sharon offers a glimpse of what it’s like to communicate with the deceased, and more importantly, how the deceased, through her, are able to deliver heartfelt messages to those they  left behind.” 

What would you say is your interesting writing quirk? 

Ans. => Trying to put to paper my thoughts correctly.  I don’t think like everyone else, voices come through to help me.

 What do you like to do when you’re not writing?

Ans. =>read and give readings.

 When did you write your first book and how old were you?

Ans. =>Last year 70 yrs. young

What does your family think of your writing?

Ans. =>very impressed with subject matter

What was one of the most surprising things you learned in creating your books?

Ans. =>How difficult it was to organize.

How many books have you written? Which is your favorite?

Ans. =>one-my only one

 Do you have any suggestions to help me become a better writer? If so, what are they

Ans. =>write every day at least 500 words

Do you hear from your readers much? What kinds of things do they say?

Ans. =>Yes, all the time. They couldn’t, they

​ read it in one sitting.

 Do you like to create books for adults or children…Why?

Ans. =>Adults because of the subject matter.

 As a child, what did you want to do when you grew up?

Ans. =>be a nurse

When did you first realize you wanted to be a writer?

Ans. =>Never wanted to be a writer; it was spiritually inspired

How long does it take you to write this books?

Ans. => several months

What is your work schedule like when you’re writing?

Ans. =>I write every morning

What brought you to write this book series?

Ans. => My guide and my many experiences

How you become a published author? Any inspiration?

Ans. => Wrote from my heart, my experiences and everyone wanted me to put it in a book so they could read them.

Where do you get your information or ideas for your books?

Ans. =>Real life experiences.

What do you like to do when you’re not writing?

Ans. => my work as a medium

What’s next for you? What are you working on now?

Ans. =>writing a conference for this year