Megan's School Exams by Owen Jones

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

Megan gets increasingly worried about the up-and-coming school exams...

Megan's school exams

The Psychic Megan Series consists of twenty-four novelettes about a young girl's growing realisation that she is able to do things that none of her family can. Megan is twelve years old in the first volume. She has two seemingly insurmountable problems. Her mother is frightened of her daughter's latent abilities and not only will not help her but actively discourages her; and she can’t find a teacher to help her develop her supernatural, psychic powers. For she wants not only to know what it is possible to do and how to do it, but to what end she should put her special abilities. Megan is a good girl, so it would seem obvious that she would tend towards using her powers for good, but it is not always easy to do the right thing even if you know what that is.

These stories about Megan will appeal to anyone who has an interest in psychic powers, the supernatural and the paranormal and is between the ages of ten and a hundred years old.

In Megan’s School Exams, it is exam time for Megan, our psychic teenager, and she is very nervous, because she has never sat a real exam before. Both Grrr, her ghost tiger, and her father try to calm her, but she is making herself ill with worry. She is worried that she will let everyone down, especially her parents and teachers, because they all consider her ‘bright’.

How ever will she get over this serious impediment to her future?

Genre: BODY, MIND & SPIRIT / Afterlife & Reincarnation

Secondary Genre: BODY, MIND & SPIRIT / General

Language: English

Keywords: spiritualism, spirit guide, supernatural, psychic, paranormal, school exams

Word Count: 11,000

Sales info:

The book sells well ehen its predecessors sell well as it is no. 4 in the series

Sample text:


Megan woke up in bed, still thinking about what she had been told in school the day before.

There would be exams before the Christmas holidays. These would be the first ‘real’ examinations that she had ever sat, as far as she was concerned, because the others were ‘just tests’, for school kids, but now she was in a real school – one for adults, or teenagers – near adult – anyway.

This time she would not be testing herself against a bunch of local kids, but against all and the best in the town and it was scary.

Megan wanted to talk to someone about it, but she knew not whom. Despite the fact that Wacinhinsha knew about most things, she somehow doubted that he would know about 21st Century exams in her local school.

Still, time ticked on, so she patted Grrr, who was lying beside her as ever, got up, showered, put on her school uniform and went downstairs to greet her parents and have breakfast.

“Good morning, how are you?” she said to anybody who was listening. Her father was reading the paper and her mother was frying something in the kitchen.

“Good morning, darling,” said her father, lowering the paper for a moment.

“Morning, Megan, here’s your breakfast. Did you sleep well?” asked her mother as she put two plates down, one for Megan and one for herself.

“Yes, thanks. And you?”

“Oh, like tops, as always. Your Dad and I always just fall fast asleep, as soon as our heads hit the pillow. You know what they say: ‘No sleep for the wicked!’ and that is not us, is it, Robert?... Robert!...”

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Already translated. Translated by Luc Wyn
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