The Aquarians Is a must-read for anyone wishing to experience (or re-experience) the 1970’s American dream. In search for their “true selves”, characters Milo, Mysti, Erin, and others embark on their own process of spiritual awakening. We, the readers, get to enjoy their journey.

Curran Galway masterfully sweeps us right along with the current of change that was prevalent in that time period. She shows us how the Spirit in all of us can lead us to a greater awareness of self no matter how varied our paths and goals.

Galway is a gifted story-teller, who touches the heart of her readers by helping us see that we all affect our greater world, no matter how desperate our orientation. Beautifully written and elegantly structured, we eagerly await the sequel!

Lisa Veto

A California Librarian

Ordinary Mystic: Practicing the Presence

— Curran Galway gives her characters in Ordinary Mystic  the freedom to define themselves, acting out their stories in vivid detail and appearing fully alive. She is able to successfully blend strong emotions, deep spirituality, menacing conflict and lively suspense in this well-told tale of a modern mystic seeking to find her place in the world. Hands down, a good read.

–Karen / Mill Valley

“…The writing in this book is fluid, and the story flows. There are high emotions across the scale that grab the reader and hold them riveted to the story. The characters are well defined, and stay true to themselves. It is of note that this fictional story is based on Curran Galway’s true life story…Readers who have had mystical experiences, but have not come out with them for fear of being judged, will find wisdom in this book. I recommend this book for those wishing to understand mystical experiences, as well as those wishing to form a personal connection with God.”

–Bonnie Cehovet / Author Review


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