Megan and the Cyclist by Owen Jones

A Spirit Guide, A Ghost Tiger and One Scary Mother!

Megan helps a cyclist in distress and thereby gains a friend and experience!

Megan and the cyclist

Megan and the Cyclist

A Spirit Guide, A Ghost Tiger and One Scary Mother!

One summer’s day during the school holidays, Megan and Jane decide to go cycling in the countryside.

They stop for lunch in a village en route and Jane gets her first lesson in seeing and touching Grrr, Megan’s friendly ghost Siberian tiger.

After resting, they get back underway on the second half of their circular journey. Suddenly, they come across an injured cyclist and get him to hospital.

The grateful boy and his parents want to thank Megan and Jane and a long friendship ensues, beginning with riding lessons on Will’s family’s farm.

Megan’s knowledge expands when she meets her mount, and later when her Spirit Guide answers her questions.

Genre: BODY, MIND & SPIRIT / Afterlife & Reincarnation

Secondary Genre: BODY, MIND & SPIRIT / Angels & Spirit Guides

Language: English

Keywords: reincarnation, afterlife, teenagers, psychic development, friendship, altruism, helping others

Word Count: 12,000

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While Megan was shopping in the Mall with her parents one Saturday afternoon, she bumped into her best friend, Jane.

“How are the holidays going? Are you getting bored yet?”

“Yes, I am a bit, why don’t we do something to cheer ourselves up?”

“What have you got I mind, Megan?”

“I don’t know, it’s getting a bit late to do anything today, but we could go somewhere tomorrow… Why don’t you come ‘around after tea and we can work something out?”

“OK, six thirty?”

“I’ll just check… Mam, is it all right if Jane comes ‘round after tea for a chat? Not doing anything are we?”

“No, that’s fine, but she can come earlier, if she likes and have something to eat with us.”

Megan asked her. “OK, Mam, five o’clock all right?”

“OK, there you are then, Jane, I’ll see you at five, we’ve still got a bit of shopping to do. I need some more gym kit… Mam reckons my skirts are getting too short and the hem has already been let down as far as it’ll go, you know what she’s like.”

“Yes, I’m really glad that my Mum is not as strict as yours. In fact, my Mum has mine taken up to as short as the school will allow. Still it’s better to have parents who care than none at all or ones who don’t, eh? Anyway, see you at five, Megs.”


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Already translated. Translated by Luc Wyn
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Luc has turned in yet another perfect translation perfectly formatted.
Already translated. Translated by Antje Spiller
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Antje did a great job of the translation and the formatting.
Already translated. Translated by Benedetta Alciato
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Benedetta made a lovely job of the book.
Already translated. Translated by Naira Luiz
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Yet another brilliant translation by Naira!
Already translated. Translated by Alexandra Martínez de Eulate
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Another great job by Alexandra, and well formatted.

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