Rare Atmosphere: An Extraordinary Inter-Dimensional Affair of the Heart (Paperback)

An Extraordinary Inter-Dimensional Affair of the Heart

By Rachelle Rogers

Inwordbound Press, 9780615758367, 314pp.

Publication Date: February 25, 2013



When, at age fifty-nine, Rachelle Rogers was told in a channeled conversation about a man she didn't know, yet felt she'd been waiting for all her life, it initiated an extraordinary six year inter-dimensional affair of the heart.

The rich tapestry of events, which unfolds through ongoing conversations with angelic beings affectionately called The Dead Guys, weaves through a world of classical music, poetic inspiration, synchronistic interludes, and unexpected landscapes including Paris, Provence, and the Caribbean island of Saint Martin.

In an authentic and lyrical voice, Rare Atmosphere recounts a story of passion, vision, and the courage to mine for a grander truth.

About the Author

A poet and writer, Rachelle Rogers is the author of A Love Apart, a novel, and POSSOONS, stories. Her work has appeared in several literary journals including Passager, Sow's Ear Poetry Review, and Calyx: A Journal of Art and Literature by Women. She lives in Asheville, NC.

Praise For Rare Atmosphere: An Extraordinary Inter-Dimensional Affair of the Heart

"In this rare metaphysical excursion, seasoned writer Rachelle Rogers explores the synergy between inner and outer realms, past and present; a richly poetic journey that reflects the beauty and resilience of the human spirit."

--Mindy Lewis, author of Life Inside: A Memoir

"In this memoir, the author has a love affair--with a man she's never met. Rogers (A Love Apart, 2005)...receives an unusual message...that she will meet a French [man] who "sings the song of [her] soul." [An] honest portrayal of her struggle to come to terms with her own life... [S]he doesn't hesitate to expose her own foibles and mistakes... The chapters on her trips to Saint Martin and France are especially enjoyable, merging memoir with travelogue, and the poems embedded in the text offer a respite... An unusual, touching account of a woman's search for self-acceptance."

--Kirkus Reviews