Visionary Fiction entertains, which is, after all, the main purpose of fiction as a literary form. But visionary fiction goes one step further; it nourishes the mind.
Not all visionary fiction, though, nourishes the mind in the same way. Some novels in this category are profound and literary, others deceptively simple and straightforward. Visionary novels also range in time period and setting, from historical to contemporary to futuristic. There’s visionary fiction written for children, middle grades, young adults, new adults, and mature adults. There’s Celtic, LGBTQ, and science fiction. And the list goes on. In other words, all visionary fiction has a common characteristic at its core, but it comes in many flavours.
All of us as readers have preferences in the types of stories we enjoy, as we prefer certain foods in our diet. Some of us choose fruits over vegetables, beef over fish, bread over pasta. We can further break down our food preferences into apples over oranges, squash over cucumbers, steak over ground beef, halibut over trout.
Likewise, although visionary fiction distinguishes itself from other book genres in that it helps reach and show what the eyes can’t see but the inner soul can understand, it can be further broken into subcategories such as those mentioned above, as well as utopian, fantasy, horror, metaphysical, and spiritual.
This may sound confusing, but we at the Visionary Fiction Alliance are here to help you find the type of visionary fiction you love to read. Check out the various subtypes of Visionary fiction titles below, which are also listed in the VFA bookstore.
– The Keys to Remember, by Jodine Turner
– Dragon Boy, by Jim Murdoch
– Pickwick’s Plan; The Wormus; The Horus, by Deepak Menon
– Between Will and Surrender; Between Darkness and Dawn; Between Yesterday and Tomorrow; Between Now and Forever, by Margaret Duarte
– Giving Voice to Dawn, by Linda Gribko
– Mystic Tea; The Anesthesia Game; The Sublime Transformation of Vera Wright, by Rea Nolan Martin
– School of Hard Knocks, by Theresa Crater
– Trusting the Currents, by Lynnda Pollio
– The Todor Trilogy–Revelation; Disintegration; Unity, by Jenna Newell Hiott
– The Awakening: Rebirth of Atlantis, by Jodine Turner
– Under the Stone Paw; Beneath the Hallowed Hill; Return of the Grail King, by Theresa Crater
– The Eighth House, by Gerald Stanek
– Voices in Crystal; Going Forth by Day; Opener of the Sky; Heart of the Lotus, By Mary Woldering
– Channel of the Grail: A Novel of Cathars, Templars, and a Nazi Grail Hunter; – The Anathemas: A Novel of Reincarnation and Restitution, by Victor Smith
– The Hidden Abbey, by Jodine Turner
– God in a Box, by Theresa Crater
– The Qaraq; The Qaraq and the Maya Factor; The Qaraq and the Subversive Manuscript, by Stephen Weinstock
– The Improbable Wonders of Moojie Littleman, by Robin Gregory
– The Road to Shambhala; Contact, by Gerald Stanek
– Fantastic Fables of Foster Flat; More Fantastic Fables of Foster Flat, by W. Bradford Swift
– Destiny’s Call: Carry on the Flame; Destiny’s Call: Ultimate Magic, by Jodine Turner
– Gawain and the Green King: Temptation-Karma-Honor, by Stefan Edmunds
– Assassin Awakens, by Theresa Crater
– The Fringe Candidate, by W. Bradford Swift
– Babble, by W. Bradford Swift
– Witches’Gambit; Dancing with the Dead; Alvar’s Spear, by Charles Freedom Long
– Unison: The Spheral; Beyond Omega’s Sunrise, by Eleni Papanou
– Skymerge; Spacevasion; Skysplitter, by Deepak Menon
– The Water Singers, by Iris Chinook
Mystery / Thriller
– The Star Family, by Theresa Crater
– Systems, by Saleena Karim
– Jessie’s Song, by Eleni Papanou
YA/Middle Grade Fantasy
– Amberlin: Divine Destiny; Amberlin: Awakening, by W. Bradford Swift
– Inn Lak’ech: A Journey to the Realm of Oneness; Seaglass Christmas: A Little Blessing Mystery, by Eleyne-Mari Sharp
– The Clay Queen; Clay to Ashes; Iron of Clay; She Died in My Arms, by Ono Ekeh
– Timeless Tulips, Dark Diamonds; Into the Land of Snows, by Ellis Nelson
– Dominion Over All, Endangered; Ghost Elephant, by W. Bradford Swift
– Amelie Trott and The Earth Watchers, by Moyra Irving
The VFA bookstore has something for everyone. You’ll find visionary fiction that not only suits your specific taste for entertainment, but nourishes and catalyzes your mind as well.
And sticks with you like a good, solid meal.