Welcome to the Visionary Fiction and the Soul Blog Tour @pdeblassieiii

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Greetings. Today, I am pleased to host author Paul DeBlassie III on The Indie Spot. Paul is in the midst of a blog tour, so be sure to find him at each of his stops.

Take it away, Paul. . .


Visionary Fiction and the Soul Blog Tour


Goddess of the Wild Thing


The Unholy

Title: Visionary Fiction and the Soul



Can you tell us about visionary fiction:

This morning I was talking to a writing pal. We had a passionate talk about visionary fiction changing your life one story at a time. We got into how hard change can be and how stories help us so much. Getting into the characters and the dramatic thrill of the narrative gets the literary blood boiling. In metaphysical thrillers, with dreams and natural magic, we’re propelled into transformation in a desperate person’s life. Once we finish the story, our head shifts and attitudes get realigned.  Unconsciously, we go about the business of making practical changes without realizing we’re doing it. Stories affect us in a very, very big way.


Author Bio:  Paul DeBlassie III, Ph.D. is a depth psychologist and award-winning writer living in his native New Mexico. He specializes in treating individuals in emotional and spiritual crisis. His novels, visionary thrillers, delve deep into archetypal realities as they play out dramatically in the lives of everyday people. Memberships include the Author’s Guild, Visionary Fiction Alliance, Depth Psychology Alliance, International Association for Relational Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy, and the International Transpersonal Psychology Association.





To follow along with the rest of the tour, please visit the author’s tour page on the 4WillsPublishing site.  If you’d like to book your own blog tour and have your book promoted in similar grand fashion, please click HERE.  Thanks for supporting this author and his work!

25 thoughts on “Welcome to the Visionary Fiction and the Soul Blog Tour @pdeblassieiii

  1. Stephen Geez

    Throughout all stages of life, stories tend to model positive outcomes resulting from considerable but doable efforts. Even the superheroes have to work hard to achieve homeostasis, so by gosh if Batman can save the world, surely Bob can get his ex-wife’s lazy son to move his stuff out of the garage. Even stories of tragedy and failure attract us only because the characters learn or endure or transform or whatever it takes, and we find that same place in ourselves. Thanks, Paul, for a thoughtful post. It tweaks my interest in your books quite a lot.

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  2. rijanjks

    First off, Paul, let me say how striking your book covers are! They really grab the attention. I love how you describe transformation through writing and through reading. Best wishes on your tour! Thanks for hosting, Beem!

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  3. Shirley Harris-Slaughter

    “Visionary Fiction” – I like the sound of that. Hello Paul, nice to meet and get to know you. I will check out your books. Have a wonderful rest of your tour.

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  4. Rhani D'Chae

    Hi, Paul. I have to admit, I’ve never heard the term visionary fiction used before, and I’m still not exactly sure what it means. Lol But I will definitely be checking out your books.
    Thanks for hosting, Beem.

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    1. pdeblassie

      Rhani, ahhh…visionary novels come under the phantasmagoric niche of speculative fiction-an amalgam of magical realism and mystery-hope you enjoy the books🙏

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  5. ~Mar

    I, too, like the sound of “visionary fiction.” And I love what you have to say about it, Paul. Stories really can help mold us. We just don’t often think about it in that way.

    Beem, thank you so much for hosting!! I always look forward to visiting your site.

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  6. Patricia A. Guthrie

    “Once we finish the story, our head shifts and attitudes get realigned.”Visionary fiction–changing your life one story at a time.” You’re right. Books can change attitudes. I like the sound of both of your books: The Unholy and Goddess of the Wild Thing.



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