I’ve written a few novels and short stories, a Nintendo game and a handful of essays, done some impossible things and accomplished some epic success. So I’ve also spoken widely on topics of personal development to share that success, and I mentor people who want to change their lives and need a bit of guidance.

But above all, I’m all about Story.  I have a little church on the beach with my dear friend Heather where we tell Stories every Friday to explore spiritual truths laced within the pages of adventure. Life is so much more fun that way.

Why? Because stories are the platforms of our lives.

E.A.A Wilson
I am a hero. So are you.

You are enacting a story, living it page by page and writing it as you go along. Every decision you make opens a new chapter that takes your story in a different direction. When you revisit past chapters you have the power to read between the lines and discover new and deeper meanings – or simply to dwell on old words, if that is your choice. In this way you also have the power to shape the direction of your future, writing your story the way you want. You are never truly bound by the chapters of your past. But it takes empowerment and courage to recognize that.

My ministry is about story – yes – but it is the empowerment of the hero that drives the story. Who is the hero? You are, of course. You might feel a bit lost from time to time, but that’s part of the journey.

I believe true spirituality lies in the ability to go within and take a close look at the stories we’re writing. To honor our own spirituality and faith in whatever form it takes: religious, natural, secular or scientific. There is no need to align with one belief system or another, but we do have a deep responsibility to align with ourselves. To listen to our inner voice and acknowledge it. And that is a challenge.

“That’s what storytellers do. We restore order with imagination. We instill hope again and again.” (Walt Disney)

On these pages you’ll find meditations, teachings, and articles that may help you on your journey. You’ll also find links to my published works, interviews and events. I’d love to connect with you and learn from your story, so use the widget on the right to hook up on Facebook or send me an email.

E.A.A Wilson is an author, minister of metaphysics, mom and reluctant bureaucrat. Her comic fantasy novel “Ascension Denied” is set in purgatory but is nonetheless available to the living, now, online, at all major retailers. Stay in touch through:

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  1. Hi there, thanks for following my blog! It is much appreciated. After browsing through your blog, I met very different ideas than I had been previously exposed to. I can’t say that I necessarily agree with them, but I am glad that I have learned just a little bit more about others 🙂 Thanks for helping expand my world just a tad bit more. Hope your day is going well!

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    1. Thank you for reading! Yes, you and I certainly look at life from different angles, but isn’t it comforting to know that even still we’re asking the same questions and seeking the same answers in this amazing adventure we call life.
      Best of luck to you on your journey and keep writing. (I happen to think musicians make incredible writers, so keep infusing your words with your song 🙂


      1. Yeah I always love talking to people about their views even if I don’t agree with them. Talking to people and asking questions means that you get to understand how they think! Thanks I will! The same to you 🙂

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  2. I remember seeing a review for Ascension Denied and thinking ‘this looks really cool’ and I’m ashamed to say I then forgot about it! Thank you for finding my blog, because otherwise I wouldn’t know to keep an eye for your book when it’s released! Really looking forward to it, and I’m sorry you almost lost a reader for my short-term memory.


  3. Thanks for following my blog! I’d love to read some of your work, any suggestions on where to start? I tend to favor super short stories for online reading. Thanks again!


    1. Ooh, I love shorts too! Mine aren’t as short as your epic little Wolf though. If you like comic ready I suggest Song of the Gondolier, or for allegory try DAMN (in 4 parts). If you like more thought provoking and controversial then I’m about to release a 4 part story called God Turned Up Uninvited. My shortest fiction is here
      And a few evocative articles on the science of life here.

      Thanks so much for reading! I loved the Wolf!

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