G. L. Blackhouse discussing and signing Butterfly Dreams

Monday, December 6, 2021 - 7:00pm
161 Lexington Green Cir B
Lexington, KY 40503

G. L. Blackhouse discussing and signing Butterfly Dreams

Monday, December 6 at 7pm ET

Location: Joseph-Beth Lexington

Join us for G. L. Blackhouse discussing and signing Butterfly Dreams

Just when Amelia Smith has settled in with her husband Jackson and beloved daughter Jordy and thinks she has made peace with her past, her life is thrown in an uproar from an unexplained death. Local boy Harley Puckett, Jr. dies in a suspicious death and leaves the town searching for answers.

Judge Preston Collins, the cousin of the former Judge Collins, points the blame at a beloved small-town pastor. But then, unknowingly, Jackson finds himself pulled in to represent an accused killer dividing a once sleepy town and leaving Amelia not knowing who she can trust.

When Amelia's dreams lead her to an unexpected ally, she must use her gifts to help find justice for the boy but to save someone she never thought she could lose.

Unexpectedly, Amelia finds herself in the middle of a sinister plot of revenge, power, and greed.

She must once again rely on the help of her deceased sister and Grandma May while also discovering some unforeseen revelations about her mother as the clock ticks to save someone dear to hear from danger.

Will Amelia's gifts be enough this time? Or will the startling tragedy send Amelia plummeting down a supernatural rabbit hole that she cannot escape?

Amelia desperately searches for answers with unlikely liaisons that may cause her more harm than good as she risks her life on her dangerous quest.


G.L. Blackhouse is an international author, teacher, and life coach. Her award-winning book Butterfly Secrets gained popularity and inspired Butterfly Dreams—the second book of the series. Being raised in the South, G.L. experienced the close-knit bond of family. Her writing aspires to explore the depths of human and spiritual connection and embraces the power within each of us to heal. She shares her own experience with grief and healing through her published work in the well-known Elephant Journal. She has appeared on many podcasts with her most recent recognition appearing in Kentucky Monthly magazine. She has spent her career working in the field of mental health and substance abuse prevention. She has witnessed firsthand the impact of addiction and abuse and how the duality of the family can challenge us and bring us more strength than we ever thought possible. When at home, she enjoys spending time with her family, friends, and many pets.

Butterfly Dreams Cover Image
ISBN: 9798472834568
Availability: Backordered
Published: Independently Published - October 1st, 2021

Butterfly Secrets Cover Image
ISBN: 9798620430567
Availability: Backordered
Published: Independently Published - April 17th, 2020