posted on Oct, 25 2013 @ 01:12 AM
She actually did have an interest in new age thoughts and ideas and experimented with the Ouija board quite a lot. She was a poet and her writing
style I found to be a bit flat unlike Seth whose writing style was more rounded and full of humor.
Her writing style felt to me at least more intellectual whereas Seth's felt more geared toward the man down the street. They were very, very
different styles and personalities.
Yeah, I knew about the Ouija board. That's how she came across Seth. I actually forgot about that to be honest.
I read her poetry that was in the books. As a poet, I was never really a fan of her poetry. I prefer poets such as Delmore Schwartz, Lisa Zaran and
But, actually that's a really interesting point you make about her poetry and her writing style being flat. I remember Robert Butts in his comments
saying that her novels and poetry weren't selling nearly as much. Her publisher even had to cut one (?) of her children's books for lack of sales. I
mean, logically, if she were really a con-artist, she wouldn't be so two-sided as far as her writing styles as seen from a business perspective. If
she were really as clever as some people perhaps suppose, she would have been effective at moving all
of her books. She would have to be some
kind of world-class con-artist with utterly mysterious intentions. I now know for a fact that it is very close to impossible that she was some kind of