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What the Dead Say About How We Should Live

Roberta has discovered that the dead tell us things about God, reality, death, the afterlife, and the meaning and purpose of our lives that are consistent over hundreds of communications received by various means for more than a century. Roberta will summarize for us what the dead tell they now wish they had known when they were where we are! She will show us what the dead say God is and is not, what we understand now about Jesus and other religious figures, what spirituality is, and how religions actually can make it harder for us to fulfill the great purpose for which we were born. The New Spirituality that is being revealed as we listen to the dead more carefully is going to transform the world for the better. Now the future begins!


Roberta Grimes, Esq., is an attorney with small-business law practices in Texas and in Massachusetts. She graduated from Smith College as a religion major and then from Boston University School of Law, and she has spent most of her life studying and writing about death and the afterlife realities.


Fun of DyingThe Fun of Dying – Find Out What Really Happens Next! (2010, 2014, 2015), is a complete account of how dying feels and what comes next. It answers questions such as Where is heaven and what is it like? How does it feel to die? How is a solid afterlife possible? and What are the rules that we must follow to have the best chance of getting there? The book also presents two study guides, one brief and one much more detailed so readers can follow the author in learning these eternal truths.

The Fun of Staying in Touch

The Fun of Staying in Touch: How Our Loved Ones Contact Us and How We Can Contact Them, (2014, 2015) is an account of some of the amazing ways in which the dead now let us know that they are happy and waiting for us in a glorious reality where love never ends.

Liberating Jesus

Liberating Jesus uses the afterlife evidence to demonstrate that Jesus is a genuine historical figure who is miraculously speaking to us once again, 2000 years after He last was on earth.


The Fun of Growing Forever (2016) demonstrates that the Gospel teachings of Jesus are the easiest and perhaps the most effective way to achieve the rapid spiritual growth that is the primary reason why we entered these bodies. The better we grow spiritually while we are here, the richer and more enjoyable will be our afterlife existence.

My Thomas (1993, 2014, 2015) is a channeled account of Thomas Jefferson’s intense and joyous ten-year marriage that spanned the Revolutionary War period.

Flying High in Spirit

Flying High in Spirit (2015) is an amazing account of the afterlife realities by Mikey Morgan, an extremely advanced being who had last been on earth in the 1600s but took an additional twenty-year lifetime that ended in 2007 so he could communicate with us in modern terms.




Jack in LoveChieftains Maiden

Roberta has been writing fiction since the mid-seventies. She has recently begun to publish The Atlantica Saga, a seven-novel series spanning four hundred years that uses what we have been learning from the dead to explore the possibility that we might at last escape our benighted past and build for humankind a better future.

Meeting JesusFor Children

Parents have been asking Roberta for books that explain the teachings of Jesus to children. In response, she has begun to write The Fun With Jesus Series of illustrated read-to books, the first of which will be in print in mid-2017.

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