The whole area of mediumship is one that never fails to intrigue. I call myself a healthy sceptic, coming from a background in psychology, so the subject of Lorraine Holloway-White's book appealed to both the sceptic in me, on the one hand, and the open-minded, spiritual part on the other. Written in an open, accessible and personable style, this book is an introduction to Lorraine as a person, a medium, and to her other works. Lorraine describes herself as a natural-born medium and this is a running theme in the book which is largely presented as a collection of blog posts. Another theme through the book, is the message that mediumship and healing cannot be taught, but is a gift. Lorraine comes across as passionate and sincere about what she does and her mission is to warn people against those fraudulent `mediums' who charge a fortune to tell people what they want to hear or go in for mass entertainment to large audiences. Holloway-White, on the other hand, prefers to work on a one-to-one basis, through word of mouth and usually for free or by donation only. The series of blogs cover all manner of fascinating aspects of Lorraine's work, including tissue readings, online readings, absent healing and automatic writing. She had a whole book dictated to her this way, in fact - a Guide's Guide to Mediumship and Healing. Whether you are a believer or a sceptic or undecided, there is much in this book which will give you plenty of food for thought.