Saturday, 2 July 2011

Being A Sceptic Is Oh So Easy by Linn B. Halton

When I first looked at the cover of this book I was drawn into the stillness and sadness of the empty bench. It sums up the same emotions we all feel when faced with the loss of a loved one.

Sadly Linn’s mother passed away in the spring 2009.
After going to an audience of clairvoyance Linn feels a strong impulse to write about past experiences which have something in common. They are all experiences of events in her life that she has had feelings of intuition. Linn feels as though her mother is inspiring her to write, thoughts and ideas come to her in fast flow. It’s these experiences that Linn shares in her book.

The book is not written to make sceptics believe that there is life after death; the book is Linn’s true life personal story of why she came to believe that there is life after death and how she has taken a leap of faith.

The experiences Linn shares are very interesting and she covers some topics that really make you think.  Some of these experiences moved me to tears, but by the end of the book I felt uplifted.

This is a really good read.

For more information on books by Linn B. Halton visit her website


  1. Hi Nikki - I feel honoured to have you as my Associate Reader on and am so glad we met up! Thank you for your kind words about what is in essence just a collection of personal experiences. I have had some very moving comments from people who have been through similar emotions, and whilst my focus is on psychic romance, Being A Sceptic Is Oh So Easy was from the heart! I'm sure we are going to have LOTS of chats about psychic experiences in the future and I can't wait. Love your new blog!

  2. Hey Nikki, I read this recently, it's great isn't it. Really interesting to get an insight into Linn's experiences.

  3. Thanks Linn,it is a great book to read.

  4. I agree Kim, the book is really interesting and what is great about it is that you do not have to be into the paranormal to read it, because it is all about Linn's personal experiences and I feel alot of people will have had simiar experiences to Linn and will be able to connect with the book x

  5. Just thought I'd pop by to give a bit of an update. I think most people who've read 'Being A Sceptic' have contacted me afterwards to tell me their own experiences. Including someone who lives near me, who knocked on my door and we spent an enjoyable two hours over coffee discussing our lives. It's rather nice, because it's not what I was expecting, but I'm delighted. Many people find it hard to acknowledge experiences they've had and I fully understand that.....

  6. I agree Linn. It is nice when pople feel they can share their experiences with you. I could listen all day to peoples experiences. I find it fasinating. x