10 Reasons Why I Love The Paranormal

Joanne Guidoccio

I’m thrilled to welcome Soul Mate author L.D. Rose to the Power of 10 series. Today, L.D. shares the reasons behind her avid interest in the paranormal.

Here’s LD!


1. I was accused of being a vampire in the first grade.

Yep. That’s right. I went to an all-girls Catholic school for kindergarten and first grade (my mother yanked me out before second grade for acting out—oops!). My classmates already thought I was weird since I spoke broken English (my first language was Portuguese and I didn’t go to preschool; I learned English from Sesame Street). All of us kids were playing a game of tag at recess and I tripped on a rock and sliced my finger open. I immediately put my hand in my mouth to suck the blood away (c’mon, didn’t you do that when you were a kid?!). The girls freaked out and ran away from…

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About L.D. Rose

Physician by day, award-winning author of dark PNR/UF by night. Music addict. Wannabe superhero. Amazon author page: amazon.com/author/ldrose
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2 Responses to 10 Reasons Why I Love The Paranormal

  1. Terri-Lynne DeFino says:

    (I left this on the other blog but I didn’t see it show up, so I’m leaving it here, too.)
    First, I love that you were accused of being a vampire. I’m certain it was heartbreaking at the time, but it was one of those character-building moments that marked your life in a positive way. Nothing to dislike about that, except adorable little broken-English you crying.
    And this:
    “My acceptance of death and all things disturbing helped me to become a doctor.”
    So simple, and yet–wow. It’s not something I ever considered before. I will look at all my doctors in a completely different way!

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